– Pogba has played more than 50 times for Manchester United and a further 7 for his country
– Yannick Stopyra believes that his price tag outweighs his importance to the team
Manchester united and the national team are trying to get the best out of Paul Pogba who is the most expensive footballer in the world.
It has been a long season for Pogba who has played more than 50 times for Manchester United and a further 7 for his country.
After making a £90 million switch from Juventus to Manchester United last summer, Pogba has struggled to justify his price tag, but still, it is clear that he is not living up to his potential as there is a nagging sensation that there is still a good deal to come from a player who was able to light up Juventus during his profoundly successful four years in Italy.
He is too free-spirited to play as a midfielder, either in a defensive role or as a playmaker and he is not technical enough to justify playing as an outright play maker.
That is why his contribution as a holding player alongside Blaise Matuidi as France suffered a shock 2-1 defeat to Sweden was criticized by former striker, Yannick Stopyra.
Currently, Yannick Stopyra believes that his price tag outweighs his importance to the team and offers him an untouchable status that appears to be misguided.