Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told to keep Paul Pogba at Old Trafford.

Updated: Apr 18, 2020

Bosnich reckons Bruno Fernandes can bring out the best in Paul Pogba.

Pogba has been constantly linked with a move away from United. [Getty]
Pogba has been constantly linked with a move away from United. [Getty]

Ex-Manchester United goalkeeper Mark Bosnich believes the 20-time champions should keep Paul Pogba at Old Trafford. The Les Bleus star, who has barely featured this season, has been constantly linked with a move away from United, with Serie A side Juventus and LaLiga giants Real Madrid monitoring the Frenchman's situation. However, Bosnich reckons Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should create a "sensational" midfield that will consist of both Pogba and January signing Bruno Fernandes.

When the ex-Red Devils star was asked whether United should keep Pogba, he told Sky Sports: "I think they should for as long as the player wants to stay at the club, and only they know that because they are with him day in, day out inside the four walls.


"I think they should persist with him. The bottom line is that they paid a lot of money for him, it's doubtful that they will get that kind of money in return and if he is making all of the right noises and performing as he can – if he performs at the best of his ability, him and Fernandes in the middle will be absolutely sensational.


Fernandes has scored three times and registed four assists since his move from Sporting Lisbon in January. [Getty]
Fernandes has scored three times and registed four assists since his move from Sporting Lisbon in January. [Getty]

"You have to remember as well that if you let go of a player of that kind of ilk – it would still be for a considerable amount, I don’t think it will be what they purchased him for – you still have to replace him and that must be in their mind."


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