Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho has said he “couldn’t care less” what Paul Pogba has had to say about him in a recent interview.
Mourinho was speaking after watching his Tottenham side labour to a 2-2 draw with Everton, further denting their hopes of securing a top four finish and earning qualification back into the Champions League.
Harry Kane was Spurs’ hero on the night, clinically scoring twice, but he limped off towards the end of the game after appearing to roll his ankle following an innocuous coming together with Richarlison.
But the game itself wasn’t the only talking point for Mourinho when he faced the media after the game, where he was asked if he had any response to criticism from Manchester United midfielder Pogba about his man-management skills.
“I would like to say that I couldn’t care less with what he says,” Mourinho told Sky Sports reporter Patrick Davison after the game. “I couldn’t care less. Not interested, at all.”
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