Former Inter midfielder Paul Ince believes ‘it’s all set up’ for ex-Juventus man Paul Pogba to leave Manchester United in January.
Pogba’s 2018-19 campaign has seen him lose first-choice status at United, despite being their club-record signing, while his relationship with United boss Jose Mourinho has reportedly become strained.
“I can see Pogba leaving in January. It’s all set up for him to go. It feels like he will be gone,” Ince told Standard Sport, amidst speculation the Frenchman could re-join Juve or even sign for Inter.
“That’s a shame because he’s world class and how much of it is about his relationship with the manager?
“With Pogba and Mourinho it’s become Coronation Street. It’s not gone away. When that happens it affects the rest of the players.
“Why are United getting top class players who are not performing? When you think about the way Alexis Sanchez was at Arsenal, he’s a completely different player now.
“Pogba was outstanding at Juventus. It was a different style there and he’s suffering now. The style has to change or you have to bring in players that fit your philosophy.”