Pogba handed warning by Gary Neville amid transfer speculation

Tyler Owen
September 14, 2018

Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville insists that the Red Devils "would be fine" if Paul Pogba left. But, getting his signature wouldn't be a walk in the park, even for the "Special One", as his former club, Real Madrid, is also looking to sign the diminutive attacker.

He's constantly in the media, suggesting things between him and his Jose Mourinho are far from ideal.

Indeed, Barcelona stars are already queuing up to publicly call on him to join them at the Nou Camp.

Marca report that Atletico Madrid's World Cup-winning defender Lucas Hernandez' turned down a move to Manchester United in favour if staying at Atleti.

However, the Frenchman has again been inconsistent and his behaviour off the pitch has become a topic of interest as speculation over his long-term future at the club continues to swirl.

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And Neville, speaking in an interview with the Times, believes Pogba should avoid making provocative statements in the press, warning the 25-year-old of becoming known as a mercenary among supporters.

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Manchester United is not the only club who wants to sign the superstar.

"I had enquiries from PSG and Manchester United", Boateng told Bild.

"They have to protect their asset but privately they might be doing a deal because they want to get their £90million back".

Neville the pundit would say: he's a talented player but I want to see more consistency and leadership.

There is nothing exactly wrong with Pogba, now a World Cup victor, wanting to leave for a club like Barcelona - especially at a time when United do not look like challenging for any serious silverware.

That's according to Italy legend Andrea Pirlo who would not be surprised to see Pogba quit Old Trafford once more.

"So there are four ways to look at it - pundit, owner, fan, a personal word". You don't need to do that'.

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