Cape Town – Manchester
United legend Bryan Robson has
urged Paul Pogba to continue to work
hard for the club despite the uncertainty over his future.
Three years after being brought back to Old Trafford in what
was a world-record deal, the 26-year-old has openly admitted that he is ready
for ‘a new challenge somewhere else’.
Pogba said there was ‘no need’ to speak about his situation
after United opened their pre-season tour of Australia with a 2-0 win against
Perth Glory on Saturday but talk continues of a move to former club Juventus or
Robson knows a thing or two about being a star with the Red
Devils when things are not going so well and has also been in the unique
position of attending most of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s training sessions in
“There is a lot of speculation in the media about Paul,” the
former midfielder said.
“He is a top player.
“You are contracted to Man United, (so you have to) get your
head down, do your pre-season, which, from what I have seen in the training
sessions he has done and if something happens and the club want it to happen,
or if it doesn’t, you have to get on.
“You are contracted to Manchester United. You have to give
everything for that club, that team and the fans.”
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