Paul Pogba left Old Trafford on Wednesday night with the stony face of a man who is still less happy with his life at Manchester United.
When asked about his role as a divisor in a 2-2 draw with Arsenal, the record sum of the club, which amounted to 89 million pounds, shrugged and said, "What do you expect me to do?" Before moving into the Night disappeared.
Pogba was tested for the second time in four games, along with United's most expensive acquisition, Romelu Lukaku.
The unlucky Paul Pogba sat down in the 2-2 draw by Manchester United against Arsenal on the bench
The Frenchman received a mixed reception when he came in for Jesse Lingard in the 75th minute
The Frenchman received a mixed reception when he came on as a substitute for Jesse Lingard in the 75th minute and was the first to leave the exit, closely followed by Lukaku.
It was not like they were resting for more important games.
Arsenal are a much tougher offer as Fulham will be bottom last Saturday, and United then fly to Spain for a largely irrelevant Champions League final against Valencia.
Jose Mourinho made a statement dropping his two biggest names, even though he was already without Alexis Sanchez, who returned to Chile on Monday for a thigh injury.
It is known that Pogba was at the top of Mourinho's mind when he accused some of his players of having been plagued by a "virus" running through the club before the Saturday draw in Southampton.
Jose Mourinho made a statement by dropping both Pogba and striker Romelu Lukaku
Lukaku remained on the bench, with Marcus Rashford in the middle of the preference
After another careless performance by the Frenchman, Pogba was immediately informed that he would be out of action for the Arsenal match.
Mourinho wrote in his program notes pointedly: "There is no place for people who are not ready to give everything." While the manager's problem with Pogba is an attitude and application, Lukaku is more a matter of trust. Before his goal in Southampton, the Belgian had scored in twelve games for his club no goal.
With Jesse Lingard, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial in the attack against Arsenal and Ander Herrera's position as Pogba in midfield United played with more tension and this was appreciated by the fans.
"We need luck on the court," said Mourinho. "We need people who give that good feeling, and the three young people (Rashford, Lingard and Martial), quite lightly, were alive, agile and creative. The midfield was strong, Herrera played so well and so hard. "With so many games over Christmas, Mourinho will need his team. Pogba and Lukaku will be back, possibly on Saturday.
But Mourinho has clearly lost patience with his stars, and United Paul Ince's former midfielder believes he's right to be tough on them.
Former United midfielder Paul Ince says many fans would not be sad if Pogba left the club
"I'm getting bored of both," Ince told Paddy Power News on Thursday.
"Against Arsenal, the game was pretty exciting and funny until they were on the pitch.
"He did the right thing when he dropped Pogba and Lukaku, they do not seem to be very interested, and they just are not good enough.
"Lukaku is currently scoring no goals. And if he scores no goals, why is he good? Nothing. He does not bring anything to the table.
"When it comes to Pogba. It's just another drama, another chapter in his life. He was cruel to Southampton and did not deserve to be selected for a game like Arsenal.
"You can see how the mood of the fans changes, and also their attitude and tolerance towards Pogba.
"It is rare that United fans would dismiss a player, but they are fed up with his behavior, and there are not many United fans who would be sad to see him go."