The Paul Pogba transfer saga has dominated this summer at fallen Premier League giants Manchester United.
Frenchman Pogba is unarguably the best player at Manchester United and the Red Devils face a big battle to keep him at the club this summer amidst the intense transfer interest from two European Superpowers.
Italian champions Juventus and Spanish giants Real Madrid have both been heavily linked with the Manchester United midfielder.
He had a very good career during his time at Juventus and the Italians want to re-sign him, while Real Madrid manager and French football legend Zinedine Zidane is a big fan of the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner.
Paul Pogba intensified the transfer rumours surrounding him last month after he admitted to wanting a new challenge after three years in his second Manchester United spell.
The 26-year-old returned to Manchester United in 2016 after spending four years with Juventus having come through the ranks at Manchester United before joining the Italians on a free transfer in 2012.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate to hang on to the services of Paul Pogba as he plots to take the Red Devils back to the top of European football. Let’s examine three major reasons why Solskjaer and Manchester United can’t afford to lose the services of Paul Pogba this summer.
- X-factor – Paul Pogba is regarded as one of the best midfielders in world football and he’s the x-factor in the current Manchester United squad. The £89m player adds immense quality to the Manchester United team.
- Lack Of Quality Replacement – Manchester United will struggle to find an adequate replacement for Paul Pogba if they let the Frenchman join Juventus or Real Madrid this summer. Only few midfielders can match Paul Pogba for quality ino world football.
- Disrupt Preseason – With 27 days left before the start of the new season, the sale of Paul Pogba will definitely disrupt Solskjaer and his plans for the 2019/20 season.