“It’s complicated,” Patrice Evra told L’Equipe when asked to comment on Paul Pogba’s future at Man United.
“Paul does not feel loved in England, especially by former players. Many argue that he could do more but what I see is mostly a gratuitous indifference to things like his haircut or his clothes.
“It almost seems like people demand in big matches that you have to break your neck.”
“Today when he plays for the French national team it’s like a breath of fresh air. Then when he returns to Manchester the problems start again.”
There’s a big chance Pogba leaves Man United as a free agent this year – which frankly would be a disaster for the club that signed their former academy player for £94.5m in 2016.
The Frenchman is yet to play a game under Ralf Rangnick due to his injury. It’s been reported that he has not yet made a final decision on his next step, with Man United’s contract offer on the table since the last summer.