Jose Mourinho was sacked as Man United manager earlier this week, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer named as interim gaffer until the end of the season.
One man who didn’t seem too bothered about the termination of Jose’s contract was Manchester United star man Paul Pogba.
Just after the news broke, Pogba put up an Instagram post of himself with a wry smile and the message ‘caption this’.
This led to speculation that the social media post was actually a disrespectful jab at the Mourinho sacking, and it was quickly taken down by Pogba (The Sun).
Adidas later explained the contentious post as a pre-planned advertising campaign that had been posted at an unfortunate time.
An ex-Spurs player has seen the funny side of the post, taking to his own Twitter account to troll Pogba.
Rafa Van Der Vaart posted a picture of himself with his own cheesy grin, and the message ‘I heard ‘caption this’ is a popular text these days, so give me your best.’
I heard ‘Caption This’ is a popular text these days so give me your best. pic.twitter.com/EwXqK4C3l1
— Rafael van der Vaart (@rafvdvaart) December 19, 2018
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