Ahead of Sunday’s Premier League away at Wolves, Mark Lawrenson has delivered his prediction for the game.
Speaking to the BBC, Mark Lawrenson said: “Manchester United were disappointing in the second half against Southampton. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer put different players on but there did not seem to be any sort of plan.
“Football changes every season — look how teams go from a back four to a back five — and I don’t think you need two holding midfielders nowadays. Solskjaer usually goes with Fred and Scott McTominay.
“The more you look at Paul Pogba, the more you conclude he needs to be allowed to play with freedom. When you were at school there was one outstanding player who went everywhere — that is where Pogba needs to be.”
Lawrenson’s prediction: Wolver 0–2 Man United