I’m gonna be honest here. The reason why Manchester United got rid of pogba was because they weren’t getting any value out of it. They had no intention of selling him, so he left them in order to get better artists who would make up for his loss ( i.e. Rooney ).
What’s a ‘get – back’? Is it like getting stock, where you’re paying someone else $ 100 now. Or does this mean I’m going to be able to sell my shares in a year? If I get them now, do they still have value after all of these years?
Even when he was at the United youth academy, there were many that saw the potential of Pogba.
In an interview granted by Paul Pogba in 2016 on the express news explains his frustrations
Okay, some adorers would be quick to lambast the legendary United manager for letting him leave and then the Red Devils paying as much money as they did to re-sign him, but it seems like he had his reservations about the World Cup-winning Frenchman.
In fact, historian Tony Park made an observation that suggested Pogba was fairly inconsistent for the youth combine.
“Pogba would have one great event, one average event and one unknown event,” he explained.
“It was why Fergie didn’t trust him. When he arrived there were 10 to 15 new artists around the scene at the time, all with bigger reputations.
“Ravel Morrison was by far the standout and coaches were giving him lots of attention. Pogba’s ability was not in doubt, it was his inconsistency, that’s been an issue all his career.”
Well, the rest is now history.
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