The France international Paul Pogba, who has made a world-record move to his former club and Premier League giant Manchester United last summer, is aware of the significance of the weekend's clash, putting it ahead of his team's traditional grudge match against City.

The France international and Manchester United’s playmaker Pogba believes Sunday’s clash against the Liverpool FC is bigger than Manchester derby.

Currently both teams are in fine form to take each other but, Jose Mourinho’s side are currently having some good days in the league, as the Red Devils has recently sealed a ninth consecutive victory against Hull City, which is definitely a great winning momentum for any team.

And the 23-year-old France international Paul Pogba, who has already scored more than five goals in his more than 19 appearances for the Premier League giant Manchester United since he joined the club in 2016 is all set for Sunday’s big clash against Liverpool FC, which is more than a Manchester derby according to Paul.

As Paul Pogba told BBC's The Premier League Show, "The history of fixture is well known. It is a big derby, more so than Manchester City,"


"The atmosphere is always very special.”


"You want three points against any team, but it is more special when it comes against Liverpool."