Former Liverpool forward, Michael Owen has alleged that PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino is hand tied when selecting his squad at the French side for he is required to pick the three super stars, Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kyllian Mbappe.
Owen's comments come after Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand questioned the front three for what he called boycotting their defensive duties while on the pitch yesterday against Manchester City. Owne said Pochettino is better placed to do more with the Manchester United team as opposed to the current PSG team. He added that the current PSG team cannot be moulded into a winning team.
'I think Poch can probably do more with the Manchester United team than he can the PSG team. 'The PSG team pick themselves but can you mould them into a winning team? I’m not sure. I think you can with Manchester United.' Owen said. Owen however couldn't help but question Manchester United's decision to keep hold of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and let Pochettino join the Ligue 1 side.
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