Ian Wright: Paul Pogba needs to get on with playing

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Pogba's returned from the World Cup this summer with rumours nearly immediately beginning linking him with a transfer to Barcelona.

Wright has been impressed with his better performances for both club and country but drew attention to Pogba's lack of consistency at United.

The report quotes a Pogba interview with Sky Germany in which he revealed: "My future is now in Manchester, I still have a contract, I'm playing there at the moment, but who knows what will happen in the next few months".

He added to the rumours this week when he suggested he could look to leave United saying: "who knows what will happen in the next few months".

He said, "A move to FC Barcelona or Juventus? I am under contract", Pogba told Telefoot.

"Listen. I joke about Manchester City but they are playing great football", said Cantona, who won four Premier League titles at Old Trafford during the 1990s as Sir Alex Ferguson's side dominated English football.

"We have goals in common, we want to win, that's all that matters".

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The same problems are there: a fractious relationship with Paul Pogba, a fragile defence and a predictable attack.

"He's a great player, and he's a World Cup victor", he said to Sky Sports.

Former Everton boss Sam Allardyce says that he is "surprised" by the news that Anthony Martial has reportedly been offered a new contract by Manchester United.

"We will be happy to have him here, obviously".

He is now on global duty with France for the UEFA Nations League.

After winning the World Cup with France, United fans were hopeful that they would get to see the complete Paul Pogba, but even by his own admission, he has not performed as he should so far this season.

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