'Pogba deserves a top team, and that's not Man Utd'

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And that unfortunately, is exactly what former Manchester United player Paul Ince had to say after United's disappointing 4-0 aggregate loss to Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League (UCL) quarter finals.

Solskjaer said he knew all along "there is work to be done and the next few years are going to be massive to get to the level that Barcelona and other teams are at".

Paul Pogba deserves better than what Manchester United are now offering, says Paul Ince, with a man being linked with a move to Real Madrid needing more "class players" around him.

The Red Devils won against the likes of Spurs and Arsenal and they also manage to knock PSG out of the Champions League which was more than enough for the management to hand Solskjaer the job.

"Paul Pogba is a top player but he will have two good games and a awful game".

However, Messi warned that the Catalan giants would need to start better against semi-final opponents Porto or Liverpool as a slow opening threatened to gift the hosts a way back into the match. "It starts with the coaches and players, and with one or two additions", added the Norwegian.

'We have five days until Everton, so we have got plenty of time to get ready and we will be ready'.

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We are going to be 11 against 11 on the pitch and of course we will forget everything and try and win everything, and fight. The Spaniard won it with Barcelona in 2009 and 2011, while also earning a winners' medal as a Barca player in 1992.

"And when you've not got many players at the top of their game, who are consistently brilliant, you will keep getting results like we saw [against Barcelona]".

"Manchester United need an overhaul this summer", Sutton wrote in his column for the Daily Mail.

Here are some moments he came closes to ticking one of the aforementioned boxes.

David De Gea allowed a Lionel Messi shot to burst through his gloves on Tuesday at Camp Nou, which gave Barca a 2-0 lead.

Anti-discrimination campaigners Kick It said via its own official Twitter account: 'Yet another black player, this time Ashley Young, targeted with racist abuse on social media after tonight's Champions League game.

"My point is, in terms of priority, if they were to win against Everton on Sunday, the game to sort of change players round a little bit would be the City game".