Paul Pogba reveals whom to follow to become a top footballer in an interview during a promotional event in Singapore.
Paul Pogba, once the bone of contention in a possible transfer away from Manchester United is slowly starting to become a darling at Old Trafford once more. To say he is talented goes without question. It is his performances in the middle of the park that has proved to be a point of heated disagreement.
One his day, there is no footballer that can control the midfield. His control, precision and passes are second to none. When he is displeased or not fully committed, there is none lazier and sloppier than him. This has raised questions over his willingness to play for the red side of Manchester.
Pogba further antagonised himself by revealing that he was indeed looking forward to a future beyond Manchester United. This did not go down well with the fans who demanded that he be sold and replaced by someone who was willing to go the extra yard for the club.
Things have however changed in recent times. Solskjaer has publicly spoken in support of the France international and has reiterated his desire to hold on to the star midfielder. Pogba himself has not divulged in transfer gossips anymore, playing whole heartedly for the club in their pre-season tour. He has stopped baulking at the coach’s decision and seems a lot less unhappy than he did a month ago and is now handing out praises to his teammates.
Paul Pogba reveals whom to follow to become a top footballer
During a sponsor’s event in Singapore, Paul Pogba was asked for advice on becoming a top player. Pogba replied:
“If you want to be a top football player, just follow Juan Mata!”
Paul Pogba has just been asked for his advice on becoming a top player.
"If you want to be a top football player, just follow Juan Mata!" #mufc
— Rich Fay (@RichFay) July 21, 2019
This has certainly excited the fans at Manchester United who are now seeing this as a sign that Pogba’s future at United is all but guaranteed. It seems that the Frenchman is also increasingly becoming less frustrated with that reality. It also helps that Real Madrid and Juventus are slowly losing the battle for his signatures after the gargantuan price of 170 million set by Manchester United.
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