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Ahead of their UEFA Champions League quarter-finals against Barcelona, Paul Pogba has revealed that he learns from the Spanish giants as he relishes playing against them.

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Manchester United will host Barcelona at Old Trafford on April 10 before the return leg in Spain six days later at the Camp Nou Stadium. The Red Devils secured their quarter-finals slot after an improbable comeback against Paris Saint Germain as they overturned a 2-0 home loss to win 3-1 with a Marcus Rashford penalty in stoppage-time.

Speaking to Eurosport, Pogba revealed that he learns from Barcelona, "Barcelona are a team I always watch. You can always learn as a midfielder. I like watching football. Their system, their culture. It can always help me. Barcelona is a great team, one of the best in the world. They have extraordinary players and it's a match where I want to have fun.

"Playing against one of the best teams in the world is always a pleasure. It's a team I lost against in the Champions League final [with Juventus in 2015]. It's always good to play against the best."