Manchester United legend concerned with Paul Pogba's future
Manchester United legend Gary Neville has said that he is concerned with Paul Pogba's long-term future with the Red Devils despite his glowing form under Ole Gunner Solskjaer.
The Frenchman has been the best midfielder in terms of performances since the turn of the year but this has not ceased the speculation regarding his future with the club.
Speaking to Sky Sports News, Neville acknowledged that the Frenchman has managed to transform his fortunes under Ole but his long-term association with United remains under question.
He added to point out the nature of his agent Mino Raiola and suggested that the Italian may seek to push his client towards another challenge in the forthcoming years for another pay-off.
"I think his agent will be in to him, he'll be wanting his little move away, he'll be wanting his next pay-off and that's my problem with it. His commitment to the club has got to be long-term," he said.
Pogba could not find the breakthrough during the recent 0-0 draw against Liverpool but he was still one of the team's top performers and was key to restricting the opposition amid the first-half injury crisis for United.