Premier League giants Manchester United have been advised to keep wantaway player Paul Pogba at the club beyond the upcoming January transfer window.
This is according to former Liverpool, Southampton, and Stoke City striker Peter Crouch who said that Manchester United must not sell Paul Pogba despite the fact that the Frenchman wants to leave the club.
Peter Crouch made this known while he was an analyst on the BBC Match of the Day as the performance of Paul Pogba during the disappointing Watford game which ended in a 2-0 defeat for Manchester United.
Paul Pogba came on as a second-half substitute against basement club Watford and his quality was immediately evident for all to see.
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The Frenchman was a class above his teammates but he didn’t have much time to overturn the result in the favour of his team.
Ismaila Sarr and a Troy Deeney a 2-0 win at home to Manchester United for just the second league victory of the season for the Hornets.
Paul Pogba made his return to the Manchester United squad for the first time in three months.
He tried to join Real Madrid in the summer but the French World Cup winner was not able to get his wish.
Former club Juventus have also been interested in bringing him back to the club in the past.