Pogba has brought out a new App.

Football fans have been reacting to Paul Pogba bringing out his own App

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It will certainly be interesting to see how Jose Mourinho’s sacking affects Paul Pogba’s form.

The World Cup winner had a rocky relationship with Mourinho and has often found himself sitting on the bench this season.

According to reports, Pogba celebrated the news that the Portuguese boss had been dismissed last week with The Sun claiming that the midfielder had said: "He thought he could make a fool of me and turn the fans against me. He f***ed with the wrong baller.”

But following their 5-1 victory over Cardiff on Saturday under interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Pogba thanked his former boss.

"We won trophies with Jose and I want to thank him for that," Pogba told reporters.

"He makes me improve, as a person as well and that's it. That's the past, I went to thank him for that.

"I'm sure that is the same of all the players."

Pogba has often been criticised by fans for his obsession with social media and his appearance, with many accusing him of being ‘too flashy’ and not caring enough about his performances.


And it seems that may not change under Solskjaer.

On Sunday evening, Pogba tweeted the news that he has brought out a new App.

The App - called Pogmoji App - allows you to “customize your pictures and spice up your conversations.”

It contains loads of Pogba-related emojis that you can send in a message or insert onto a picture.

While Pogba is clearly delighted with his new venture, football fans were slamming him for the idea - claiming it’s everything that's wrong with modern football.

Check out the reaction:

Of course, United fans are hardly going to care if Pogba has invested in an app as long as he starts showing everyone why the club paid £89 million for him.

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