Luke Chadwick makes Paul Pogba transfer admission
Luke Chadwick makes Paul Pogba transfer admission

Luke Chadwick makes Paul Pogba transfer admission

Former Manchester United player Luke Chadwick believes Paul Pogba has no future at Old Trafford as he expects the French international to leave Manchester United this summer.

Paul Pogba has failed to live up to expectations after his big-money move from Juventus to Manchester United.

The 29-year-old World Cup winner has often been criticized for his low work rate and his attitude off and on the pitch.

The French international contract at Manchester United expires at the end of the season but Luke Chadwick insists Paul Pogba can attract offers from European elite Clubs.

What did he say?

Speaking in an interview with CaughtOffside, the former Manchester United star said: “He’s a world-class player, but you sort of feel that his time at Manchester United has come to an end,” Chadwick said.

“I think his relationship with the fans is at an all-time low and I do expect him to move on.

“I’d imagine at the end of the season there’ll be big clubs who’ll be interested in him, even if his stock has fallen a bit. That might cost him a few grand a week in whatever contract he receives, but it does look like he’ll move on and it’s the right time to do so.

“I still think we’ll see the big clubs like Real Madrid and PSG trying to take him on and get the best out of him, which United haven’t managed to do.”

Paul Pogba has 1 goal and 9 assists in 27 appearances this season for Manchester United.

Gabby Agbonlahor has slammed Jesse Lingard’s brother for criticizing Manchester United 

Jesse Lingard’s brother Louie Scott took to social media to criticize Manchester United for the way they have treated his brother.

Scott took to Instagram on Monday to vent his anger. He wrote: “Twenty years of blood sweat and tears, four domestic trophies, three cup final goals, not even a farewell.”

“No wonder it’s the Conference League next year,” he added, about United being on course to miss out on Champions League and Europa League qualification.

Scott then aimed at United’s owners, before branding the club’s behavior as “classless” for not giving Lingard a “send-off”.

Jesse Lingard is expected to leave Manchester United when his contract expires this summer.

However, Gabby Agbonlahor believes Jesse Lingard deserves to be treated that way as he had performed poorly this season.

What was said?

Speaking to a Football insider he said: ‘I don’t agree at all with him (Lingard’s brother). He’s been there for 20-years and had some good times and bad times there but he turned down a new contract.

‘It’s not like the club hasn’t offered him a new contract and forced him out. He’s not signed a new contract.

Lingard hasn’t looked like he wanted to play for Man United this season when he’s come on. He hasn’t shown any hunger in the games that he’s played recently.

‘He’s the one who turned down a contract so why should the club give him a send-off? His brother is out of line there and it’s not Man United’s job to give every player who is leaving a start in the last home game. It doesn’t work like that.’

Jesse Lingard had been at Manchester United for over 20 years and had made 232 appearances and scored 35 goals for the club.