Sir Alex Ferguson has voiced his opinion on the decision of young midfielder Paul Pogba moving from Manchester United to Juventus, claiming the Frenchman showed a 'lack of respect'.
The 19-year-old was viewed as one of the brightest young prospects at Old Trafford but he quickly became frustrated with a lack of first team options and quickly made the decision to look for another club.
Pogba made seven appearances for Manchester United but refused to sign a new contract with the club and has now made the decision to move to the Italian champions.
"Pogba signed for Juventus a long time ago as far as we're aware. "(It) is disappointing. I don't think he showed us any respect at all, to be honest," Ferguson told MUTV, as reported on yahoo.com.
The midfielder arrived at the club back in 2009 and , along with Ravel Morrison who also left the club last year, was viewed as one player that could emerge from the youth ranks and make an impact in the first team.
Both players have now left the club and it seems a third youngster could also be on his way out as Ferguson revealed that Ezekiel Fryers has also so far refused to put pen to paper on a new contract.
"We haven't heard anything from Zeki Fryers," added Ferguson. "I don't know what's happening there but he's not been in touch with the club. His agent hasn't been in touch with the club and I can only assume he'll be back for training."