Paul Pogba has been a man that always divide opinion since his arrival at Old Trafford the
French man has been the subject of heated exchanges and for most parts has been on the
wrong side of those heated discussions, accused that he has not been stepping up and
producing for the club compared to when he represents the national team.
The arrival of fellow French international Raphael Varena and club legend Ronaldo has no
doubt lifted the mood at the camp and Pogba has been able to respond with some fine
performances that has seen the French man living up to his high standard as a creative
Pogba needs those same types of performances to lift this United side to the top again, they
have and attacking line up to cause problems for any team. Ronald, Rashford, Cavani and
Greenwood to name a few however those attacking players are going to need a supplier.
That’s where the French man needs to step up with his creative ability, Man United will be a
force to again.
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