Man United News: Juan Mata spoke that Paul Pogba keeps everyone happy in the club amidst the speculations of his transfer from the club.
Paul Pogba is a person to keep the mood light around himself, the French International is regularly seen entertaining his teammates and fans online. Pogba is surely an influencer in Manchester United squad.
However, he is certainly reported to make a move out of the club, but the Red Devils are trying their best to keep the 26-year-old midfielder at the club.
Amidst all the speculations, Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata spoke about the role Pogba plays in the dressing room, and how he is a positive influence in the squad.
“The pre-season has been going well for the squad, said Spaniard Mata. “He’s a fantastic midfielder and he’s a very good guy,” the 31-year-old added.
“I think he’s happy. Obviously as a team-mate, and as a friend also, I would like him to stay and to be happy because he is a very good player for us,” the 31-year-old Spain international, who signed a two-year contract in June.
“We know we have to do better than last season. This club has won more trophies than any other club in England.” he concluded.
Pogba has fueled his transfer speculations ever since he gave a controversial statement in the press about him needing a challenge this summer.
Presently, Pogba seems to stay at Manchester United for another season, but it seems his transfer from the Old Trafford is inevitable next season.
How twitter reacted
Plenty has been said and written claiming Paul Pogba wants to leave Manchester United but Juan Mata says the midfielder is a "positive influence."
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) July 22, 2019
— MUFC Latest News (@MUFCNEWS1968) July 22, 2019
"He brings everyone together"
— BBC RM Sport (@BBCRMsport) July 22, 2019
Juan Mata trying to convince Pogba and De Gea to stay
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— Ché (@UtdChe) July 22, 2019
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Manchester United are on their pre-season tour in Singapore, and will face Tottenham in the next encounter.