According to Jose Mourinho, the problem of Manchester United comes down to the players, the organization, and their ambition. He has also dismissed the claim that he had been sacked because of Paul Pogba. Mourinho had been sacked as the manager of Manchester United in the month of December after he oversaw the worst start of the club to the campaign in about twenty-eight years.
Cracks in his relationship with Paul Pogba had started coming in September as the star player from France had been stripped of the vice-captaincy prior to the animated disagreement among both at the training ground of the club. However, when he asked if he was sacked because of Pogba, he said no. He states that there are problems and it can be taken that the problems are the players, the organization, and their ambition. However, he cannot say yes to the question that whether he had been dismissed because of Paul Pogba.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had been appointed as the successor of Mourinho with a 3 year deal in the month of March after he won 14 out of 19 matches being the interim manager. He was the one who helped United to make its place once again and secure top-four finishes.
Nevertheless, a poor run towards the end of the campaign saw Manchester United dropping out of contention and finishing in 6th position, 5 points short of Tottenham who is in the 4th position. Mourinho talks about Man United and says that there are two things, the time has spoken and the problems remain.