Where he had success he had a free role and freedom to play in that manner and I definitely that that is where he would be able to express himself and you would get the best out of him.
» 1 Manchester United would bite Real Madrid’s hand off if they made a ?120million move for Paul Pogba. That’s the view of Ally McCoist, with the Sports Breakfast co-host responding to reports the Frenchman is unhappy at Old Trafford and Real are plotting a big-money summer swoop.
United paid ?89million bring Pogba back from Juventus in 2016 but he has yet to hit the heights expected of him and does not look suited to playing in a two-man central midfield role under Jose Mourinho. “I think United would bite their hand off,” said McCoist, when asked what he made of Real being ready to pay ?120m for Pogba. “He definitely doesn’t look comfortable playing in that [two-man midfield] position at this moment in time. “Clearly, he is not doing well and Mourinho has to be concerned about his level of performance. “Where he had success he had a free role and freedom to play in that manner and I definitely that that is where he would be able to express himself and you would get the best out of him. “At this moment in time, United are absolutely not getting the best out of him. “I think going to Real Madrid could be a deal that suits all parties.” “United would bite their hand off!” Real Madrid are reportedly set to offer ?120m for #MUFC’s Paul Pogba and Ally McCoist thinks Jose Mourinho would love to offload the midfielder… ?? https://t.co/AYsRgKeAvZ pic.twitter.com/gu1FgCxZSl — The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast (@SportsBreakfast) February 16, 2018 /**/ /**/ » » 1 The English golfer is still yet to win a major tournament after seeing his two-shot lead slip away in the final round in this year’s Open Championship, with Phil Mickelson taking the crown.www.1xbet.footballresultstoday.org/ Did he bottle it, or was the American just too good? Let us know your thoughts with the poll below… «