I want to play with Cristiano Ronaldo - Paul Pogba tells Manchester United


Paul Pogba has fuelled speculation about his Manchester United future by refusing to rule out an exit.

Sunday's 2-0 win at Burnley was welcome relief for United ahead of the worldwide break, but Pogba has stirred the pot just days into it.

Suarez becomes the second Barca player in little over a week to open the door to Pogba after Gerard Pique also said the La Liga champions would be happy to have him at Camp Nou. "You know what he won in his career so that shows you everything".

"They say I'm in danger, but I don't think it".

Pogba, 25, returned to United two years ago from the Italian giants for a then-world-record £89.3million transfer fee - but has struggled to recapture his most outstanding form.

"If Jose Mourinho has thought about it, I can see that happening". "It is still too early".

"I am delighted with the result, but I think some of you must be disappointed". "I can not say more".

Meanwhile, Mourinho has reached an agreement with Spanish tax authorities, who have handed him two six-month prison sentences and fined him £1.78m, according to reports in Spain. It's complicated to know where I will end up or if I will [retire] at Camp Nou.

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You've got to start raising your own game.

Despite the apparent pressure, though, including many fans calling for a change due to the negative style of play, the Portuguese coach is calm about his position at the club.

"The spirit was great".

"We knew where they could cause us problems with the long balls".

Fellaini was one of three changes at Burnley and Mourinho said the imposing midfielder played a "fundamental" role.

The 55-year-old made a brief appearance at a court in Madrid last November to answer questions in the case.

Sean Dyche's men have managed just one point from their opening four Premier League matches.