Former Man United defender advises Pogba to leave club
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Ex Manchester United defender Patrice Evra thinks that Paul Pogba should no longer stay on with the Red Devils – in order to avoid incoming negativity.

Further, football pundit Roy Keane also spoke on this topic, however Evra disagrees.

“United over the last year, they will be inconsistent,” Keane told Sky Sports.

“They’re with younger players, they have had injuries. They’ve got Pogba in the background who’s been a nuisance. You’ve got to get rid of these people in your club and that doesn’t happen overnight. Players are running the show.”

“To be fair, when he’s playing people blame Paul. When he’s not playing, people blame Paul,” Evra said, before going on to call coverage of Pogba ‘insulting’ to the club and suggesting he should leave to end the negativity surrounding him.

“I don’t agree with Roy, but when you are a problem for the club – for example when I kicked the fan in Marseille, the owner and the manager they come and say ‘Patrice, what are we going to do now?’ I say I’m leaving. I don’t want to bring any negativity to the club.

“I remember when it was a big game, Liverpool vs Man United. People were talking more about Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba. This is insulting. For the biggest two clubs in the world, we’re talking about one player and one manager.

“I think sometimes it’s time. When you play, they blame you. When you’re not playing they blame you also. I think maybe Paul already said to Man United ‘I want to leave’ and they don’t let him go.”

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