Former Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has pointed out that Paul Pogba will not be leaving the club. Our former captain is sure the club will do all they can to keep the French superstar.
The World Cup winner has been involved in club’s pre-season and has exhibited a positive attitude despite being linked with a summer exit.
Rooney had this to say on ESPN FC: “It’s [Pogba staying] obviously down to the club, to the board, to the manager, but I think also to the player. If the player wants to stay, he’ll stay and prove what a good player he is.
“Behind the scenes, I’m sure they’re working on whether to keep him or whether to let him go.”
Meanwhile, former Manchester United striker Teddy Sheringham has urged the club to let Paul Pogba leave the club if he wants.
“I just don’t think it’s the right fit,” he told talkSPORT. “I think he’s upset a lot of people with his demeanour and his attitude at Old Trafford.
“It would be best for everyone involved if he left. If Real Madrid want him, whatever they’re paying, let him go.”
“Use the money to go and buy someone who really wants to be playing for Man United, showing how good he is and what their worth is,” he concluded.