Manchester United legend Paul Scholes held no sentiment in his recent comments claiming that if Paul Pogba is unhappy then the club should just let the player go.
Much has been made of the Frenchman’s future with some outlets claiming his relationship with Jose Mourinho is so poor that it’s irreparable.
Others claim that the Portuguese manager is open to sell Pogba just two seasons after investing a club record fee on him.
The talented midfielder himself has publicly discussed his pride for representing United but did leave the door open to playing elsewhere in the future.
Scholes though believes it’s pretty simple when it comes to players’ futures, pointing out if they’re unhappy then they should be moved on.
According to talkSPORT, Paul said: “Once the season is over and players meet up with their international teams there are always some comments made.
“But look, if players aren’t happy, let them go. That’s always the way I feel about it. Pogba has been just OK this season for a player of his quality.
“There’s still time. He’s only been there a couple of years and he’s still a young-ish player. Let’s hope he produces more of his Juventus form next season.”
Some sections of the media seems hell bent on painting the picture of an unsatisfied and unstable squad regardless of what happens on or off the pitch.
As for Paul Pogba, Real Madrid and PSG are the main clubs being linked with him though recent reports have surfaced stating that former club Juventus are also interested in bringing him back to Italy.