According to the London Evening Standard, as reported by the Express, Jose Mourinho has lost his patience with the Frenchman, amid growing uncertainty about the forward's future.
The hit in stature hasn't gone unnoticed either, with Real Madrid and Manchester United showing an interest in him.
Boateng actually lined out against United in a pre-season friendly on August 5 and must have impressed Mourinho but the German global never looked keen on a return to Manchester.
Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng personally called Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho to reject the chance of returning to the Premier League.
Doucoure told The Sun: 'I've known Paul since I played with him in the French Under-16 team and he was, physically, the same as he is today, because he was in advance of everyone. "We just want more now". It's good to have footballers with charisma - I think players like Paul, and Benjamin Mendy as well, bring a lot of personality and show off sometimes'.
Eight-time Premier League victor and former United captain Gary Neville has revealed that he thinks the Frenchman is looking for a way out of the club, and that it would not be the worst thing to happen to the Red Devils if he did leave. I feel well at Bayern, it's one of the biggest clubs in the world.
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Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville has insisted that the Red Devils "would be fine" if Paul Pogba left.
"The owner in me would do what United are doing at the moment, saying he is not for sale".
Premier League surprise team Watford, who have won their first four games, face Pogba's troubled United tomorrow at Vicarage Road and could go top of the table for only the second time in their history if they win, which would pile more trouble on Mourinho and his team.
Maybe current United players need to have a quiet with Pogba and tell him to buck up his ideas.
That's the least you'd expect if you're getting paid £290,000-per-week...