Paul Pogba came under fire from Manchester United fans in the immediate aftermath of Sunday’s 2-0 defeat to Cardiff.
Video has emerged of fans howling abuse at the French World Cup winner as Red Devils players ended their season with a lap of honour.
A man is seen pointing at Pogba, who is heavily linked with a move away from Old Trafford this summer, and shouting ‘Ole, get him out.’
The former world-record signing, brought in by Jose Mourinho for £89million, appears bemused as the fan vents his frustration.
It is then that you hear a fan shout ‘he is f***ing s***’.
Pogba’s relationship with the Old Trafford faithful this season has been turbulent at best.
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The enigmatic midfielder followed-up a World Cup-winning campaign with France with a poor start to the season.
His inability to find top form contributed to the downfall of then-boss Mourinho, who was sacked before Christmas and replaced in the interim by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Norwegian then helped United to a string of fine form – reigniting hopes of a top-four finish, led by Pogba’s resurgence.
But since a last-minute victory against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League last-16, United’s season has returned to turmoil.
Seven league defeats, as well as a European exit to Barcelona, left them well short of a top-four finish.
It means Old Trafford will once again face a Champions League-less season as the new United boss tries his hand at solving the puzzle of a rebuild.
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