English Premiership

Scholes: If players aren't happy, let them leave

2018-05-24 12:14
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Cape Town - Manchester United legend Paul Scholes believes the club should allow star midfielder Paul Pogba to leave if he is unhappy.

Jose Mourinho's charges brought academy graduate Pogba back to United for a club record transfer fee of £89million in 2016, but he has not quite managed to live up to the hype.

The Frenchman has received regular criticism throughout his first two seasons back at the club due to the fact that he hasn't been able to reproduce the form he showed at Juventus, and he now appears to be considering his options.

"Once the season is over and players meet up with their international teams there are always some comments made," Scholes told talkSPORT.

"But look, if players aren’t happy, let them go. That’s always the way I feel about it.

"Pogba has been just OK this season for a player of his quality.

"There’s still time. He’s only been there a couple of years and he’s still a young-ish player.

"Let’s hope he produces more of his Juventus form next season."

 

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