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Didier Deschamps says Pogba can't be happy at Man United.

Tue 10 November 2020 | 19:26

Paul Pogba has put up with a fairly harsh beginning to the 2020/21 Premier League season.

The French international, during his fifth season at Old Trafford, is particularly struggling to find stability in his performance, and yet, he is still unable to prove himself worthy.

Also, sadly for The Red Devils,

Pogba

is reaching his final stage of development, the 27-year-old, who should now be coming into his prime, is still looking for a goal or assist this year. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

has additionally selected to seat Pogba in three of United's last four league excursions – preferring a midfield blending of Fred and Scott McTominay. 

In spite of his ongoing battles, Pogba has been called up by France for their most recent round of games, and they will play a friendly match against Finland on November 10.

In front of that tie, France manager

Didier Deschamps

has been talking about the

Manchester United

midfielder:

“I know Paul well and he knows the squad well. He finds himself in a situation with his club that he can’t be happy about, neither in terms of his playing time nor his position.

“He’s not at his best, he’s had a string of injuries and Covid-19 has also affected him adversely. He needs to rediscover his rhythm.

“He did well in the matches that he was involved in last month and performed consistently despite his lack of rhythm. Nevertheless, we can’t say that he’s blossoming at club level.”


source: SportMob
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