Gary Neville suggests Pogba stop playing fool - United will do fine without him
- Pogba is thought unsettled at Old Trafford with his latest evasive statements
- Neville demands Pogba be professional even if he wants out
- Losing the French star won't be a disaster, asserts ex-United player
Neville told the Times all he makes of the Pogba mystery: ''He’s a talented player but I want to see more consistency and leadership. As a fan, honestly, part of me is that no one is bigger than the club and I am not interested in people who are looking left and right.
''So Paul, if you want to go play somewhere else, let’s make that work for you because Manchester United will be fine, don’t worry about that.
''The owner in me would do what United are doing at the moment, saying he is not for sale. They have to protect their asset but privately they might be doing a deal because they want to get their £90m back.
Pog is already waiting:
''If I was still in that dressing room giving personal advice it would be, 'Paul, it’s obvious you want to play somewhere else but be professional. Don’t be someone who is seen as a mercenary or a mutineer. You don’t need to do that.'
''So there are four ways to look at it — pundit, owner, fan, a personal word.''
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As many believe, Paul Pogba alongside his agent Mino Raiola is working on a move away from Old Trafford. The Frenchman has always maintained a white-collar attitude stating the obvious that he's contracted to Man United. It comes with strings attached though as he always welcomes the future-related questions.
Pogba's stance on Jose Mourinho is also one thing provoking a tainted reaction. Ian Wright, to use an example, doesn't understand what Pogba means by constantly reminding he has a 'player-coach' relationship with the Portuguese.