Ibrahimovic tells Man Utd: If Pogba wants to leave... let him!

Ibrahimovic Man Utd Should Let Pogba Go

Ibrahimovic Man Utd Should Let Pogba Go

Earlier, Manchester United had tabled a €160million asking price for the 26-year-old Frenchman as he apparently expressed a desire to leave the Premier League giants and face new challenges elsewhere in Europe.

United, however, don't want to lose Pogba.

Whether that comes to fruition remains to be seem, but the fact of the matter is that Pogba is ready to move on.

However, it is something that could affect United's prospect according to former player Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

"I think if [Paul Pogba] wants to leave, it makes no sense to keep him", said Ibrahimovic.

"Paul is a great player, he is just looking for a team where he can play the same style that he does with the France national team, so if you give him that kind of team around him, he would be happy at United".

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"I remember in NY when we played them, you can feel the atmosphere and you can feel the excitement around the hotel around the game, it was obviously nice to play it then, and obviously now to play in the other side is a bit more exciting, and it's also a bit more of a challenge to play against Atlético Madrid", said Rooney.

"You need players who are 100 per cent into the club and care about the club, that's the only way you can survive at the top level and have success".

"Or he does that and still he doesn't want to stay so it's a tricky situation".

"The best is what is the best for the club, that is what you have to look at".

Pogba would be left frustrated if he doesn't get his move to Real, which would inevitably impact his performances.

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