Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba, has denied reports that he snubbed manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the 5-0 annihilation by Liverpool at Old Trafford in the Premier League on Sunday.
The French midfielder, who was a second half substitute, was sent off in the game after a horrific tackle on Naby Keita.
Amid reports that United could sack the Norwegian due to the recent poor run of results, it was also stated that after the game, the 28-year-old ignored the coach in the dressing room due to the embarrassing defeat to their arc rivals.
It was further said that players like Eric Bailly and Cristiano Ronaldo questioned Solskjaer’s tactics while the team discussed for two hours before leaving the stadium after the match.
However, reacting to the report by The Sun UK, the former Juventus star labeled it as “big lies to make headlines.”
With the intervention of former manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, the United board has given Solskjaer three matches to save his job, with the club also said to be willing to hire Antonio Conte to replace him.