Paul Scholes Absolutely Rips Into Manchester United's Paul Pogba In Furious Rant
Paul Scholes has launched a scathing rant against Manchester United's Paul Pogba following his underwhelming performance versus Chelsea.
The 26-year-old midfielder remains subject to intense criticism for his recent form.
Roy Keane brutally savaged Pogba before the Manchester derby and another United legend has verbally attacked him over his showings in a red shirt.
"There's confusion in midfield," Scholes said about Pogba after Sunday's game with Chelsea. "Is Pogba going to stay or go?
"In years gone by, United have lost top players and it didn't really affect them.
"You think of Roy Keane going, David Beckham, Cristiano [Ronaldo] going, [Ruud] van Nistelrooy. All top, top players leaving the club.
"We all know Paul, we talk about potential, but he's 26 years of age, he's got to start producing it week in week out.
"You're going to be losing a player who you know can be world class.
"He could be a player who needs a Bryan Robson or a Roy Keane next to him just to give him a little rollicking every now and then. If he doesn't get that he just carries on in his own little fantasy world, thinking he's the best."
Another brutal assessment of Pogba who continues to be heavily linked with a summer move away from Old Trafford.
Real Madrid are reportedly confident of snapping him up at the end of the season.
Real Madrid are confident of signing Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba and Chelsea forward Eden Hazard this summer - Sky sources. #SSN
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- Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) April 26, 2019
Pogba's form under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has dramatically improved as he's chipped in with goals and assists.
However, he's failed to influence his side of late as the Reds continue their end of season slump.
United face Huddersfield Town on Sunday before finishing their league campaign at home to Cardiff City.
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