Gary Neville is convinced that Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes can play together at Manchester United as long as the French midfielder remains committed. former United defender Neville believes Pogba will now remain at United beyond the summer and backed him to show his quality alongside Fernades – starting alongside him versus Sheffield United tomorrow.
Gary Neville said “There’s no doubt that a committed Paul Pogba to Manchester United can be a great player. His assists, his goals, are good. They’ve been very good in the last couple of seasons. He’s up there with some of the very best in his position in Europe. It’s just the case of settling down. Hopefully with the economic problems around Europe, teams won’t be able to go out and spend 80, 90 or 100 million on new players, Manchester United will keep him and Paul Pogba will understand that he’s staying at Manchester United. That’s all I’ve ever asked of Paul Pogba, just commitment. His performances, I’ve never blamed him for Manchester United’s problems over the years. I do believe he’s the one real world-class player – David de Gea I would have said two years ago – in Manchester United’s squad. “He’s the one who should be leading from the front, and if there’s continuous speculation over his future it isn’t helpful, it creates doubt in the dressing room.”
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