Manchester United legend Roy Keane says he still has doubts about Paul Pogba’s leadership on the pitch.
The French international has improved recently, helping Manchester United with some major appearances, including against Roma in the Europa League semi-final this week.
However, Keane is a difficult man to enjoy and still believes that Pogba is not the player or character to help the Red Devils win big trophies again.
Speaking to Sky Sports, the scientist, quoted by Metro, said: “He did better in the last few games and obviously did well this week against Roma – although I thought the standard of this game was really bad.
“I’m looking back again and I think Man United should compete in the Champions League, but I still don’t think Pogba will bring Man United back to winning championships. I don’t think he’s a great leader, I don’t think he’s that type of character.
“I still think Man United have to go out and get two world-class players, and of course it’s easier said than done.”
United fans will probably agree, especially after a difficult few years of watching Pogba at Old Trafford, and the former Juventus man seems to have never fully settled.
Still, it’s a little harsh for the 28-year-old after the strong displays he put up recently, as someone like Keane may not have given him enough recognition or recognition where he should.
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