The Old Trafford side needs to keep Paul Pogba at Old Trafford for manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to give the club winning consistency the club hierarchy is demanding.
Pogba still is the best player in the premier league and his talent is exceptional. Despite not giving out the best that is expected from him, the Frenchman can help manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer get the results he wants and he has proved that in the last campaigns.
Criticizing Paul Pogba every time of his lifestyle is what makes him feel unhappy while at United. Fans put pressure on him and singled out the Frenchman as a problem whenever the team underperforms.
Solskjaer should do anything possible to keep his talented star if he is serious about the Premier League title challenge next season. One thing that Manchester United fans need to know is that replacing Paul Pogba won't be easy in the current market. Some feel Donny van de Beek can fit in Pogba's shoes but this is where they go wrong. The Dutch are not a Manchester United type of player and I will agree with Ole about his decision of leaving him out of the first-team most of last season.
Manchester United could get the best of Pogba by adding new quality players in the current squad. It is the responsibility of the Ole Trafford based club to make Pogba happy and satisfy him as a player.
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