Responding to a report from the Manchester Evening News highlighting Paul Pogba’s continued absence to the sidelines, many Red Devils supporters have had enough, going on to insist that the club sell him and lambasting the midfielder.
Pogba, who has missed three big chances this season (SofaScore) despite playing limited minutes, is currently continuing his recovery from niggling ankle injuries which have kept him out for the majority of the campaign. The Frenchman, who scored 13 goals and assisted nine others from midfield over the 2018/19 season in establishing himself as a key player during that time, has had to make do with watching his teammates from the recovery table, with reports indicating that he desires to leave Old Trafford this summer (Manchester Evening News).
Next to regular midfield favourite Fred, using Pogba’s stats from last season, the Brazilian has amassed a superior 88.2% pass success rate in the league whilst making more tackles (2) – potentially highlighting the fact he is a decent replacement despite his lack of attacking prowess by comparison.
As a result, many Red Devils supporters have pleaded with the club to sell on Pogba whilst lambasting the 26-year-old – find all of their best comments from Twitter down below.
Just sell him on. Lower the value to something realistic and get rid! Use the money to bring in players who want to play for us!
— Omz (@OmzNDat) February 17, 2020
No one cares about pogba anymore. Move on!
— Clayton Fredericks (@iamclaytonfred) February 17, 2020
I think his return date is France first Euro 2020 fixture
— Luke King (@Coolhandluke_25) February 17, 2020
Its clear he is driving his value down so he can leave. Good luck to him.
— George Stama (@gstama81) February 17, 2020
Such a pity to have pogba treat united like this
— Mark O Brien (@UnitedInfo3) February 17, 2020
Hes waiting until towards the end of the season to get fit for the Euros. That is all. Don’t play him again
— RedsMUFC1 (@RMufc1) February 17, 2020
Should Paul Pogba feature again for United? Join the discussion by commenting below…
Click here to comment on this articleor
Give us feedback on your Football Transfer Tavern experience