Former Manchester United defender Paul Parker reveals what he’d do about Paul Pogba: ‘I’d like to shout at him’

Pogba’s future at Old Trafford has been a constant source of speculation for a number of transfer windows.

The midfielder claimed he was ready for a ‘new challenge’ in the summer amid links of a move to Real Madrid or even a return to former club Juventus.

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However, Pogba ended up staying at United but has not featured since September 30 as he is currently nursing an ankle injury.

This issue is confirmed to keep Pogba out of United’s Premier League clash at Manchester City on Saturday – with talkSPORT bringing you full LIVE commentary of the match on GameDay!

talkSPORT host Alan Brazil has even claimed that he’s been told that Pogba will never play for the club again by a ‘very strong source’.

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And with the January transfer window looming, speculation surrounding the £89million man’s future will only resurface.

Parker, who played for United in the early 90s, suggested the club should try and offload the Frenchman as ‘he wants to go somewhere else’.

When asked what he’d do about Pogba, Parker told “I would like to shout at him and ask him, ‘what’s wrong, what’s going on?’

“But since I’m not in that position I have to look at everything that’s happened before and look at how long he’s been out, look at him and see how much desire he’s shown while he’s been out injured and what he’s sending on social media.

“I would say that there must be people thinking why we’re going to go through this again and why we are going to put ourselves through that.

“There may be players who feel it won’t work because he doesn’t want to be here. The players will know if he wants to be there. They talk to him, see him and know everything about him.

“Is he going to make Manchester United better? We’ve seen before that he does make a difference but it isn’t enough. There’s no consistency in his game.

“If you’re going to get near what you pay for him then you’re going to have to get it back.

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