The Manchester United boss and his staff BLAME the midfielder for ignoring medical advice over his long-standing hamstring issues.
And it means there is no sympathy for the £89million club-record buy over an injury which means he will miss a substantial chunk of the autumn.
Pogba limped out of the 3-0 Champions League win over Basel on Tuesday with a torn hamstring.
He missed three games last term with a similar injury — and was given clear instructions by United medical staff to prevent any recurrence.
But it has emerged Pogba has instead been receiving treatment from a personal trainer.
Rather than following club advice, which he was consistently asked to do, Pogba has undertaken a private training regime.
And Mourinho and his medics believe this made the midfielder far more vulnerable to injury.
Pogba, 24, left Old Trafford on crutches — and scans have confirmed United’s worst fears.
Ironically, the Frenchman was busy yesterday hailing the upcoming return of crock Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
The Swedish striker, 35, is edging closer to fitness after agreeing a new deal while still out with a knee injury.
And Pogba said: “He is very important to the group and when he is in the team he makes the other sides scared of him as well.
“When they see Zlatan and know we have big players like this, they fear the club.”
Manchester United star Paul Pogba leaves Old Trafford on crutches after Basel win
-The Sun UK
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