Giggs: Pogba could become a Keane, Robson or Gerrard.
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs heaped praise on Paul Pogba after the midfield ace's sublime display at Old Trafford.
The France international made his second debut at the Theatre of Dreams on Friday night as Jose Mourinho's Red Devils thumped the Saints 2-0, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic scoring a brace.
However, Giggs hailed the world's most expensive footballer, as he compared the 23-year-old to former United captains Roy Keane and Bryan Robson.
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"He's a talent. You see the size of him and the physicality of the Premier League won't be a problem for him. It was interesting seeing that when Thierry asked him about his qualities and he doesn't actually know his best qualities," the former United assistant manager Giggs told Sky Sports.
"We've come away from the idea of having two in midfield and letting them do everything - one sit and one go forward and vice-versa - and I think he can do that for United. I think they could play with two, in the bigger games they may have to tweak it a little bit but he will bring physicality and he can score goals, run past the Ibra's and the Rooney's and he's grown up playing in England so it won't be a problem to him.
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"He could be a Roy Keane, Bryan Robson or Steven Gerrard, someone who can do everything. We get too hung up on 'he's a sitting midfielder or he's an attacking midfielder' but why can't a midfielder do everything? That's what they're supposed to do.
Giggs added: "Leicester did it last year and won the league. It's quite simple what they did. You need intelligent players around you and you need to get the balance right. Sometimes you need players to fill in for you but I don't see why he can't do that.
"I think the biggest compliment I can give him is that I was watching that game and watching Paul Pogba and I wasn't thinking of £89m. I was just thinking of a player enjoying himself and trying things and expressing himself and as the game went on, yes sometimes things won't come off, but he's trying things and he's releasing himself, he's all over the pitch, he wants to get on the ball and it was a brilliant, brilliant performance when you take into consideration he's only trained for a week, the price tag and he's still only 23.
"He's won the league for the last four years and he's been at a top club, let's not forget that. If he keeps playing like that, like I said the price tag won't be mentioned."
Pogba played the full 90 minutes in his first United appearance since completing his £89million transfer from Juventus.
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