As Man United continue to battle in search of positive results, they have been told by the club’s former midfielder that a lot of issues have to be settled with France International midfielder Paul Pogba if they must stop suffering defeats in subsequent games.
Having lost a game to Arsenal at the weekend, the Red Devils failed to fly again as the suffered a 2-1 defeat against Turkish outfit, Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League on Wednesday.
According to Paul Ince, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must hold talks with the former Juventus player as patience has worn thin with him at the club.
He added that Paul Pogba has been “nothing but problems” for Manchester United since his return from the Serie A outfit, Juventus in a deal worth £89 million ($116m) in 2016.
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Paul Ince feels Man United must question Pogba to know his role at the club and if he actually wants to stay at the club as he is being linked away and has speculated over his future on several occasions.
The former United midfielder told Ladbrokes: “I love Pogba. I think he’s a world-class player on his day. We saw that at Juventus. But since he’s come to Manchester United it’s been nothing but problems.
“Under Jose Mourinho and things with his agent, there’s always something. His performances haven’t been up to scratch, the fans have almost gone against him.
“If I was playing with him, I’d be saying ‘listen, you just go out there and play. Go out there and start performing. Once you start performing like you should be performing, then you can talk about wanting to sign for Real Madrid because at the moment you can’t even get into the Man United side.” He started.
Stressing that a Man United is not all about Paul Pogba, Paul Ince stated that he can not continue to be pampered when he has only contributed little in the current happenings at the club.
Paul Pogba and his agent have on several occasions talked about the possibility of leaving Man United to Real Madrid.