It’s hard to find any player that has cut a controversial figure than Paul Pogba at Manchester United in the Premier League era.
The Frenchman is always a topic of discussion amongst fans and the footballing world in general whether he’s fit or not.
His future at Manchester United seems to be coming to an end with a year left on his contract though the club has the right to renew it for an additional year. Paul Pogba will most likely not sign a new contract thereby leaving the Red Devils with no choice but to sell him this summer.
The 2018 French World Cup winner won’t be short of suitors when that time comes with the likes of former club Juventus, Spanish giants Real Madrid, Barcelona and Paris Saint Germain (PSG) expected to be in the mix for him when he becomes available.
Paul Pogba had a late bid from Real Madrid last summer but the said offer of £26m plus Colombian international James Rodriguez was turned down by his club swiftly. It was the last offer made for him by any team.
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Some Manchester United fans might have made their peace with Pogba leaving the club but one could be forgiven for the opinion that the club should do everything possible to hang on to him and even prove to the player that Old Trafford is the right place for him.
Here are three reasons why Manchester United should push for a Pogba stay beyond this season:
Qualitywise, Paul Pogba is undoubtedly one of the best midfielders in world football. He has not delivered the said quality consistently and Manchester United have to look for a way to get that quality out of him on a constant basis.
The Manchester United midfield has lacked goals from midfield in the absence of Pogba this season. He has been restricted to eight games due to an ankle issue. He adds goals to the Manchester United team from midfield.
Paul Pogba’s absence this season has aided the lack of creativity in the team. Manchester United midfielders have struggled to create goals for their attackers consistently.