According to a report by Calciomercato.com, Juventus are monitoring the Paul Pogba situation as rumours over his future at Old Trafford heighten – with some Manchester United supporters slamming the player and hoping he moves on in the summer.
Pogba, who re-signed for a then-world record £93.2 million fee back in 2016, has since gone on to amass 150 appearances for the Red Devils overall whilst notching 31 goals and 31 assists from midfield (Transfermarkt). Despite having his crucial spells of form, most notably last season where he scored 13 goals and assisted nine others (WhoScored.com), rumours surrounding his future at Old Trafford have heightened recently – with a report from the Manchester Evening News stating that he told his teammates he ‘wants to leave‘.
In Pogba’s absence due to an ankle injury, the midfield partnership of Fred and Scott McTominay briefly shined before the latter also picked up a knock – but the January addition of Bruno Fernandes has added some much-needed midfield reinforcement. As a result, some United supporters don’t feel the need to keep him around, with one fan calling him ‘a waste of space‘ – here’s what they had to say on Twitter.
Did Man Utd waste £89m on Paul Pogba?
Good luck to ya 👋🏻👋🏻👋🏻 what a waste of space. Be the biggest regret of his career after this move
— Robert (@Robbie_Rice) February 7, 2020
sell him. Getting paid for doing nothing
— ManUtd_m (@ManUtdm2) February 7, 2020
— Bend It Like Beckham (@Sajib_16) February 7, 2020
Just bring up some other news
Enough With pogba being everywhere
Free the dude please 😂😂😂😂, it’s so annoying
— Vickram🐏 (@deji_victo) February 7, 2020
No Point in Paying a player that has sat out the majority of the season and continually sparks drama. @ManUtd has done okay without him. McSauce , Fred and Bruno gonna be Colossal. Juve can have him for 150 million pounds.
— Bikram Yoda (@KeithAfrica) February 7, 2020
He shud go
— Isaac (@Aizekworld) February 7, 2020
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