Paul Pogba’s third season at Manchester United isn’t going on well for the 25-year-old who won the World Cup with France during the summer.
Pogba has struggled for form this season, and while he has had some good games, he has also struggled in some.
The France international has been involved in a lot of drama, as he’s been stripped off his vice-captaincy role, he has reportedly had bust-ups with United boss Jose Mourinho, and his agent Mino Raiola hasn’t also helped matters.
Pogba has been strongly criticised this season, and he has been linked with a move to Barcelona who seem to be monitoring his situation at Old Trafford.
However, France and Arsenal legend Robert Pires has told Pogba to not say anything to the media or anyone else but do his talking on the pitch.
“For Paul Pogba, the best is to say nothing. He’s a great player. If Man United paid a lot of money for him, it’s because he’s a good player,” the former Arsenal star said.
“His relation with the manager may not be so good but he’s a professional.
“It’s very important for him to be focussed on Man United, on the pitch. ‘Now say nothing, play football and walk out — that’s my advice for Paul Pogba.”