Paul Ince, an English professional football manager has come out to say that since Paul Pogba came to Manchester United it’s been nothing but problems, he advised him to “go out there” and start performing instead of him wanting to sign for Real Madrid.
Paul Emerson Carlyle Ince, an English professional football manager and former player who played as a midfielder from 1982 to 2007 has come out to advise Paul Labile Pogba, a French professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder in Manchester United.
Paul Ince in an interview told Ladbrokes, a British betting and gambling company that, “I love Pogba. I think he’s a world-class player on his day. We saw that at Juventus. But since he’s come to Manchester United it’s been nothing but problems.”
“Paul Pogba has been nothing but problems for Manchester United since returning to the club in 2016” he said.
The Red Devils invested £89 million ($116m) in bringing a France international back onto their books, with their transfer record smashed when doing business with Juventus.
Pogba’s capture was considered to be a quite a coup, with there plenty of potential in his game still to be unlocked.
Manchester United however, haven’t been able to bring the best out of an enigmatic 27-year-old, with regular questions being asked of his form and future.
Pogba who has aired his desire to represent Real Madrid at some stage in his career, cannot for now because he has to complete his contract with Man. United through to the summer of 2022.
Paul Ince who also advised Pogba said “If I was playing with him, I’d be saying ‘listen, you just go out there and play. Go out there and start performing. Once you start performing like you should be performing, then you can talk about wanting to sign for Real Madrid, because at the moment you can’t even get into the Man United side.”
“If I’m Paul Pogba, I’m sitting on the bench thinking ‘hang on, I’ve got Fred, Scott McTominay and Bruno Fernandes all playing in midfield and I’m sat on the bench? There’s got to be something wrong with me.” He said.