Paul Pogba’s return will increase the Red Devils. John O’Shea says under-fire star can make a ‘huge impact’ in the top-four hunt.
Pogba’s return will have a positive effect
French international Paul Pogba is not a disruptive influence at Manchester United, says John O’Shea. The World Cup winner expected to have a positive effect on Man United, once apparent from the injury of the fight. France’s midfielder was limited to just eight appearances in the 2019-20 campaign. However, he closes the long-awaited return to fitness and may take a prominent place for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer before the end of the season. Any trips that he still accepts will be raffled off against the backdrop of transfer speculation and questions regarding the commitment of the 26-year-old forward. O’Shea, however, is adamant that Paul remains a “decent guy” and a player who can have a timely impact in the current applications of the Red Devils on the top 4 finish and base silverware.
Paul is a decent fella
The ex-United defender told reporters about going to Old Trafford: “Of course, there are good signs.”Obviously, Bruno Fernandes had the desired effect and Odion Ighalo seems to have found his feet.”There are good signs, but much remains to be done,” you return Pogba to this mixture, and there are good signs ahead.”He had a couple of operations, and he returned to the training field, and he, I hope, could play a big role in United closing the gap on the Blues to get into the top four.”I remember Pogba in the youth team and the first team, and he is a decent guy.”
“Behind the scenes, he brilliantly works in the gym, and he is a good character. Paul drives other players.”Solskjaer has Manchester United located in fifth place in the Premier League table, three points behind the fourth Chelsea FC, and the final position of the Champions League. Man United also made it to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup and the last 16 of the Europa League, while there is every reason to believe that tangible success can be ensured by a team that went without a trophy for three years.