Last week, Mino Raiola, Paul Pogba’s agent, stated in an interview, relayed by the Manchester Evening News, that the France international’s career with Manchester United FC was over. As a result, some Paris Saint-Germain supporters began to wonder if the 27-year-old would be a midfield option for the capital club.
Canal Plus football analyst Pierre Ménès doesn’t think as he elaborates on his latest Pierrot Face Cam. The French football pundit states that Pogba’s injury history should be enough for the capital club to pass on the midfielder.
“Pogba at PSG, a good idea? No, because Pogba is too fragile. And that in terms of fragility, between Verratti and Neymar, PSG already has its share. It is not a question of level at Paul, who is excellent. But we have the impression that he spends his time coming back,” Ménès said.
“There is always a deficit of rhythm, as we saw in the three matches of the French team. The first, in a friendly, was a disaster. In Portugal it was great. It is too expensive an investment for PSG, finally, with too many risks.”
🗨️ "On ne peut pas reprocher à un joueur comme Neymar de dribbler ! C'est un débat à deux balles juste pour faire du buzz"
— Canal Football Club (@CanalFootClub) December 14, 2020
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