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Eric Bailly Explains Liking Negative Instagram Posts About Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford

Eric Bailly Explains Liking Negative Instagram Posts About Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford

Eric Bailly claims his Instagram was hacked and that’s why his account liked negative posts about Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford.

The Ivory Coast international appeared to like fan comments criticising his Manchester United teammates over the last few days.

You can see here what Bailly apparently liked:

It didn’t take long for fans to notice Bailly’s activity – and reports popped up covering what would be a controversial move from the former Villarreal man.

But Bailly has moved to clear up the incident and insists his account was hacked.

He also added his support for Pogba and Rashford:

It is difficult to believe that Bailly would deliberately like comments of this nature considering how influential both Pogba and Rashford are on the United first team.

But he may not be around to face the pair for pre-season anyway, with reports linking him with a move away from Old Trafford this summer.

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