Ince: Pogba leaving is the best thing for Man Utd

Mon 14 December 2020 | 11:33

Former Red Devils midfielder is frustrated by Mino Raiola’s controversy over Pogba’s exit.

Paul Pogba

’s agent Mino Raiola claimed a week ago that his client’s time at Manchester is ‘over’. Despite Pogba’s subsequent comment about being fully committed to

Manchester United

, many believe that the French star won’t stay at Solskjaer’s team especially because of his reduced game time. In a recent interview with

Stadium Astro


Paul Ince

has spoken about Pogba’s situation and its effect on Manchester United’s form.

“I actually thought, when they signed [Donny] van de Beek, that they were preparing for Pogba to leave.

“But they clearly aren’t as Van de Beek didn’t get on [against Manchester City], which is embarrassing for me.

“I don’t envisage him being at the club by the summer. He’s got to go - he wants to go. I think it’s best that both parties part ways.”

Ince compared the current situation with Sir Alex Ferguson’s time at Old Trafford.

“Under [Jose] Mourinho, there were so many problems coming out in the papers.

“That would never happen under Sir Alex Ferguson, never. It’s from day one that this has happened.

“He’s never really adhered himself to the fans, despite joining as a young kid. His performances were very inconsistent and he started telling fans that he wanted to leave, so they never really took to Paul Pogba.

“Every week, every month, we see something coming out of Old Trafford about Pogba, his agent, and it upsets the club, the fans, the changing rooms.

“It wouldn’t have happened in our time with Roy Keane, Eric Cantona, Mark Hughes. We would deal with players.”

source: SportMob

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