Man United have been urged to sell Paul Pogba to Real Madrid by ESPN Pundit Stewart Robson as it would be perfect for all three parties.
The World cup winner has been constantly linked with a move to Real Madrid after an on/off season at Old Trafford.
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Pogba displayed an uprise in form during Solskjaer’s spell as interim manager but his performances took a nosedive in the final stages of the season.
United are hellbent on keeping the Frenchman put at Old Trafford but former Arsenal man Stewart Robson seems to think it wouldn’t be the right move.
Speaking to ESPN FC, Robson said :
“It would be perfect all round,
“It would be perfect for Paul Pogba, I think it would be perfect for Real Madrid.
“And at Manchester United we haven’t seen the best of him.
“There’s something not quite right at Manchester United with him.
“I saw him at Juventus for years where he was absolutely outstanding.
“There wasn’t one thing he couldn’t do in that midfield position.
“Whether it be attacking, whether it be defending, heading the ball.
“He hasn’t done that at Manchester United and there must be a reason why.
“You can’t quite put your finger on it.
“But I think it would be a great move for all three.”
Pogba himself earlier in the season indicated that it was his dream to play for Real Madrid despite being happy at Manchester United.
“I have always said it. Real Madrid is a dream for everyone. It is one of the biggest clubs in the world. Zidane is the manager there. It is a dream for every child and every player, Now, I am happy in Manchester. I play, we have a new manager. For now, I am at Manchester. Later, we don’t know what the future holds.” He said in a press conference during a national team training camp.
According to ESPN, Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has been in constant contact with Real President Fiorentino Perez to facilitate a potential transfer for the 26-year-old.