The polemic about the future of the French midfielder, Paul Pogba, still echoes today. In the winter transfer market, the 26-year-old figure continues to be associated with a number of European giants, especially Real Madrid. It is believed that the Red Devils fans no longer want the presence of Pogba, nor have a number of English football observers.
In fact, Pogba has been linked with Real Madrid, Juventus and several other clubs since last summer. The player also wants to move, on the pretext of looking for new challenges in his career. But, ahead of the transfer market deadline day, Pogba was injured. As a result, conditions are not likely to move the club.
The French national team star finally survived, then returned from injury at the end of 2019 yesterday. Unfortunately, he again had to go up to the operating table because of the same problem and missed January with a recovery period. Although his condition is also injured, Pogba remains associated with a number of European giants.
Real Madrid is most passionate about being linked to the player. The Spanish La Liga giants are believed to be trying out opportunities to recruit Pogba next summer. Speaking of this, one of Manchester United’s legendary Lee Sharpe asked his former club to retain Pogba.
He has confidence that Pogba will become a Manchester United legend in the future.
â € œI want the club to keep him. I think he can really be a United’s legend. I think he is one of the best players in the club. He is a world class player on his best day, “Sharpe told Sky Sports News.
Furthermore, Lee Sharpe admitted that Pogba did not always play well in every game. But with the support of the right players around him, he could become a
“I know he hasn’t done that for 90 minutes repeatedly, but if they build a team around him and bring in new players who can play with him and share the same vision, I think he can be a sensation for United.”
Pogba is currently unable to play, the operation is proceeding smoothly, but it is predicted to be able to play in early February.