Speaking in an interview with beIN Sports earlier today, former Sky Sports pundit Andy Gray weighed in on the debate surrounding Pogba, amid claims that the former Juventus man would flourish in a more attack-minded system, like the one employed by Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.
However, Gray is not a supporter of such a train of thought, with the Scot keen to alleviate some of the blame on Jose Mourinho for Pogba’s recent struggles, as well as revealing his opinion that Pep Guardiola wouldn’t actually want the 25-year-old as part of his squad at the Etihad.
Much of the blame for Pogba’s struggles has been placed on the shoulders of Red Devils’ manager Jose Mourinho, with a public touchline fall-out between the pair during United’s 2-0 loss at the hands of Tottenham in January having since seen the midfielder struggle for game-time at Old Trafford.
Pogba’s 105 million Euro fee was the highest of all-time upon the deal’s completion, with many having immediately questioned the decision of United to splash out such a hefty fee on the Frenchman’s signature.
Source: 101 Great Goals