Paul Pogba will be returning back in the Premier League to play the best football and he WILL silence the critics with his game says, Louis Saha. In his second spell in Manchester United, he has not quite lived up to the expectations. He was the part of United’s youth academy and later was transferred to Juventus where he had a stunning career. He was signed to United for a record deal but he has failed to reach the same levels of performance that he ha sfor France and Juve.
In the current season, he missed out most of the matches due to his injury. Saha says that he is back from injury and is determined to play his best for the team. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has Pogba on his good books and he is looking forward to pairing him with Bruno Fernandes who has joined the team in January. Continue reading
As speculation increases on the possible move of Paul Pogba from Manchester United to Real Madrid, Zinedine Zidane has consistently refused to be drawn into commenting on the issue. The World Cup winner was the subject of a huge expectation of a move from England to Spain (especially as Zidane is a fan) but the deal has not happened… yet!
There are rumours that Madrid offered less than £30 million and James Rodriguez, so it’s no wonder United swiftly rejected. Continue reading
The 2017-18 season was a major disappointment for Jose Mourinho and Manchester United. Despite finishing second in the English Premier League, the club was unable to kick-on from the previous year.
Mourinho was able to win three trophies in his first season but followed it up with a goose egg in all competitions this term. Continue reading
Paul Pogba’s situation at Manchester United remains a delicate one, even as the end of the season draws nigh. There are strong speculations that the French playmaker could exit the team with decreasing confidence in his abilities by the coach Jose Mourinho but then the huge financial investment in him is a major hindrance.
Pogba’s international teammate Antoine Griezmann has asked him to rise up to the occasion and prove his critics wrong. Both players are on international duty with France playing warm up games in preparations for the forthcoming World Cup. Continue reading
Manchester United star Henrikh Mkhitaryan admits that the Red Devils face a ‘very difficult period’ after Paul Pogba pulled his hamstring in the Champions League opener against Basel. The France international was forced off the pitch in the first-half of the 3-0 victory over the Swiss champions, and initial reports have suggested that the midfield could be out for up to 12 weeks.
While Jose Mourinho has played down the reports, Mkhitaryan believes the club will face a tough period without their leading midfielder, but he is confident that the manager will guide them through any struggles, he told SFR Sport: “It’s hard, because he’s a top player for us. It’s going to be very difficult, but the coach knows how to make up for that. We are going to help him come back stronger.” Continue reading
The remainder of this season for Manchester United is an all-or-nothing scenario. Winning the Europa League will resolve an ultimately successful season. The primary objective was to secure Champions League qualification, and Europa League success can provide an unlikely route to achieving that target. However, defeat in the final against Ajax will place Jose Mourinho in a precarious position for the start of next season, as wasted efforts in Europe have compromised their league campaign.
Mourinho arrived at Old Trafford with the reputation and charisma requisite for the job, and this instigated optimistic notions of a title challenge. A summer defined by spending £150 million marked a side keen to banish memories of the past few seasons while recapturing their status as the most feared side in the league. However, it has not quite transpired that way. Continue reading
Patrice Evra may end up getting the wrath of many Premier League clubs after claiming that he had advised midfielder Paul Pogba to turn down a potential move to Manchester United. The Frenchman, who had been a bookmakers‘ favourite to return to OT, left United when he was still a teenager and joined Juventus on a free transfer.
Now 22, Pogba is regarded as one of the finest midfielders in world football. Juventus have reportedly placed a price of £ 70 million for his signature. Hence, a potential transfer could will exceed the figure of £100 million if the wages and bonuses are taken into account over a period of five years.
Sir Alex Ferguson couldn’t hide his disgust when it was announced that Paul Pogba had finally departed the club and joined Juventus earlier in the week. It appears as though Fergie could be infuriated for a second time now, with fellow youngster Zeki Fryers reportedly set to join rivals Tottenham. Continue reading
Despite being labelled as one of the most promising youngsters at Manchester United, the writing has been on the wall for some time in relation to Paul Pogba. Having refusing to sign a new agreement with the Red Devils, Pogba exercised his right to leave the club and join Juventus upon the expiry of his contract this week. Continue reading