Pogba has reportedly created a "rebel group" against Mourinho at United and now some of the players' reactions to the bust-up have been revealed.
"I think Pogba will go because you can not have that festering behind the scenes".
The relationship between Mourinho and Pogba has gone sour this season at Old Trafford.
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici was asked about the speculation linking Pogba with Juventus and said on Thursday: 'He is a Manchester United player.
Mark Hughes believes managers should know what "makes players tick", following Jose Mourinho's frosty encounter with Paul Pogba in Manchester United's open training session.
Speaking on Sky Sports he added: "No fallout at all, no problem at all, just a decision that I don't have to explain". 'But if you're asking me - because it looks like it's Mourinho or Pogba - who do I see in the right between these two: Jose Mourinho.
Pogba was stripped of the vice-captaincy following United's draw with Wolves at the weekend and was rested for Tuesday night's Carabao Cup clash, watching on from the stands at Old Trafford.
"The rehabilitation was long and hard, but I never gave up on returning to the best level".
'No-one plays for two years and then all of a sudden you change your manager and you're a different player. "We are here to attack", said Pogba.
Hughes played under Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United during the 1980s and 1990s, and while Ferguson adopted a tough approach, Hughes suggested their conversations did not usually stretch beyond team selections.