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EPL: Man United Urged To Sign Pogba’s Replacement

Amuda Segun



Manchester United have been backed to sign a replacement for star player Paul Pogba this summer by one of their players.

Ex-Manchester United winger Lee Sharpe played for the Red Devils for eight years between 1988 and 1996 and he believes that Aston Villa playmaker Jack Grealish would be a good replacement for Paul Pogba who’s likely to leave Old Trafford this summer.

French international Pogba has one year remaining on his contract at the Theatre of Dreams though the club can activate the extra year clause to take his remaining time at the club to two years.

In a chat with GentingBet, Lee Sharpe advised Manchester United to sign Jack Grealish as his replacement.

Paul Pogba is most likely on his way out of Manchester United this summer though recent reports claimed that the midfielder has been very happy with the signing of Bruno Fernandes during the January winter transfer market.

His season has been affected by several injuries dating back to last year but he’s closing in on a return to the first team. Pogba has struggled with an ankle problem throughout the season and that prompted him to undergo ankle surgery at the start of January.

Manchester United missed Paul Pogba at the start of the season until January when they signed Bruno Fernandes from Sporting Lisbon and the Portuguese international has been an inspired addition to the squad.

The Red Devils have hardly missed Paul Pogba since the arrival of Bruno Fernandes who has propelled his new team to within three points of Chelsea in fourth place as the race for Champions League football hots up.

Bruno Fernandes was on hand to provide the assist for Anthony Martial on Sunday evening as Manchester United completed a league double over noisy neighbours Manchester City via a 2-0 home win in their second league meeting of the season.

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