Man United fans are ‘Fed up’ with Paul Pogba due to his poor work rate according to former Chelsea star and BBC Pundit Pat Nevin.
The 26-year-old rejoined the Red Devils back in 2016 and is on the verge of leaving again to seek a ‘new challenge’ after only three seasons.
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Nevin has slammed Pogba’s antics as ‘tiresome’ and insisted United fans will not be upset should the Frenchman leave this summer.
“The Pogba thing, him and his agent have always been pushing the boundaries to get the next big deal,” he told BBC Radio 5 Live’s Football Daily podcast.
“Whether that’s a new deal with the club he’s at, put a bit of pressure on, get the next move, it’s just kind of what happens.
“And to be honest, for us it gets a little bit tiresome as British football fans. But it’s what happens.
“If Manchester United with the two years left want to keep him, they should just keep him, shrug their shoulders and move on.”
He went on to add: “The problem is, you might not get the best out of him like they generally a lot of the time haven’t got the best out of him.
“And I think if you asked a lot of Manchester United fans, they know the capability of the guy, you just need to throw in his pedigree having won the World Cup and having been one of the definitive players of the competition.
“Having said all that, would Manchester United fans be in floods of tears if he went and they got £150m for him? I’m guessing not. I really am guessing not.
“I think they watch him every single week and when push comes to shove in some of the very biggest games, he’s not there. He’s not there as a world-class, top-quality player.
“Yeah he’s had a decent season, but you’re talking about a player who’s supposedly rated as one of the great players in the world and a possible Galactico going to Real Madrid.
“In reality, ask Manchester United fans what they generally think about him or what they are saying.
“They’re fed up with him because of the work rate.”