FORMER MANCHESTER UNITED CAPTAIN BELIEVES, UNITED SHOULD SIGN PAUL POGBA, HE IS IMPORTANT

According to the former united captain Rio Ferdinand, Paul Pogba is the most important factor for the Manchester united and also for the United’s player.

 A failure to bring the 23-year-old France midfielder will be a big blow to the English side Manchester United.

According to him all the Manchester United’s boys are expecting the arrival of the Young France midfielder and the former Red devils captain believes that if United fail to bring Paul Pogba to Old Trafford than definitely it will be a big blow for English giant Manchester United. 

In an interview Rio Ferdinand said, “As a player in the changing room, you've been thinking for so long: 'He's coming, he's coming'," 

"If he doesn't sign it could have an adverse effect mentally on the players in the changing room. For a short period of time at least.

"It's important they sign him." He added.

Ferdinand also expressed his feelings about the bid €100 million bid by Manchester United as he thinks this is actually a huge amount for the France boy.

He said, “Of course it isn't good business but, listen, when Chelsea sold Nemanja Matic and bought him back for £20m-plus it was the same, It's bigger than that but it's still a loss. That's the way it goes.

"When he comes it's just going to be down to the black and white: Will he perform? Will Manchester United win trophies? That's how you get judged.

"People were saying when I went there that £30m was too much but then we started to win and people now look back and think ‘you know what, it wasn't that expensive’. When you can say you've won six Premier League titles in 12 years, it's okay.

"If he goes there for £100m and in 10 years he wins five titles and earns £100m worth in shirts sales, you'll say 'well done, good business'."

 

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