Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha has berated star player Paul Pogba for his public admission that he wants to leave the club this summer.
Ex-French national team player Louis Saha spoke about his compatriot while he was in Malaysia for a charity match.
The Manchester United legend spoke with media outlet The New Paper as he said that it would be difficult for club manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to manage the situation.
Paul Pogba sent tongues wagging when he admitted that it’s time for a new challenge in an interview while he was in Tokyo.
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He has been seriously linked with a return to Juventus whom he left to join Manchester United in 2016.
Pogba moved to Old Trafford for a then world-record of £89m three years ago.
He has also been linked with Real Madrid with Los Merengues manager Zinedine Zidane pushing for his transfer this summer.
For now, the Manchester United midfielder has two years left on his Manchester United contract at the moment with the option of another year.
Paul Pogba was the leading goalscorer for Manchester United from last season after he scored 16 goals in all competitions including 13 goals for the club in the Premier League.