The former midfielder of the Red Devils needs to see a World Cup winner line up as much as possible in 2020-21 with Bruno Fernandes.
Owen Hargreaves says that Paul Pogba remains “a fabulous player,” with the former Manchester United midfielder claiming that a controversial star of the present will help the Red Devils “destroy” opponents.
Discussion about the future of France at Old Trafford continues to rage, with many saying they will be able to unload the winner of the World Cup.
Mino Raiola has argued that for one of his most high-profile customers, a second spell in England is over with a move expected to be sought until a lucrative deal comes to an end in 2022.
Pogba, however has confirmed his “1000 percent” loyalty to the United cause and has given no hint that any time soon he will push for the exits.
Under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, he came back to favor and began to deliver the standard of success that is expected from a player of his global profile and ability.
Hargreaves believes Pogba will become a talismanic force in Manchester, with that in mind, and with the Red Devils possessing a range of other imaginative and offensive talents at their disposal.
After seeing the 27-year-old star in a 3-2 win over Sheffield United, he told Premier League Productions: “Paul Pogba – whether you love him or you don’t – is a fabulous player. You have to get him to the pitch.”
I don’t care that Bruno [Fernandes] is there, he’s a fantastic player, but he’s going to play all of them together. Look what they can do, these people. Look at what they can produce. This is what you from Pogba are paying for.
Paul and Bruno are on the same page, and they hardly have to look at each other and that’s how nice they are. Paul is the more profound one. A bit higher up the pitch, Bruno wants to be. The front three are space-making.
You think, when you see it all together, ‘Jesus—these guys could kill you.’
“Paul is aware of where Bruno is. Bruno knows where Mason [Greenwod] is and then he can get Marcus inside. How nice will that be? Let the boys on the pitch and let them work it out – they don’t have to make contact with the eye and they can build it that way.”
With Bruno, United will defeat teams over the course of 90 minutes. If those guys are trusted to play with that front three over the course of the 38-game season, forget the top four – United could challenge the league again.
Hargreaves believes that a little adventure would allow United to force its way into the Premier League title contention, with no need to be bogged down in plugging holes at the back.