Stewart Robson, Julien Laurens, Craig Burley and Steve Nicol of ESPN FC discuss Paul Pogba's future after former Manchester United midfielder Patrice Evra said he thinks Pogba will leave Old Trafford this summer.
"I will only say that I can not say "yes" when you ask if Paul was the only one responsible".
"If Paul decides to stay another year and then leave, or stay another few years, maybe the fans will love him because he is committed".
"When there are incidents like [on Sunday] with the fan, they are killing Paul", he added.
When I go to the game and I see fans shouting and swearing at players, I am in shock. The panel contemplate whether a move to Real Madrid will happen this summer, but Nicol says Manchester United need to do everything they can to hold onto the French star.
United's campaign came to an end in dismal fashion on Monday (AEST) as they lost 2-0 at home to Cardiff City.
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I don't talk for Paul, whether he stays or leaves, but when you have negativity around you, you should leave.
The Chilean further receives £75,000 for every goal he scores and £25,000 for every assist that leads to a goal.
"I remember [Michael] Carrick - his positioning, his selflessness - he made players around him better".
Alexis Sanchez and Paul Pogba are reportedly causing a dressing-room rift at Manchester United over a cash-for-goals conflict.
Sanchez has had an terrible season at the Old Trafford with the club plotting to offload the Chilean forward next summer after scoring just four goals for the club this season.
Their time at Manchester United got off to a winning start with the duo helping the club win the EFL Cup and Europa League titles in 2017. Don't tell me he loved Manchester United when he was a kid.