Former England winger Liam Rosenior has aimed a dig at Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
Rosenior says Pogba makes teammates worse though he admits the former Juventus man is a world-class footballer who is suited to a different style. The Frenchman was abused by fans on Sunday as his side suffered a 2-0 home defeat to relegated Cardiff City in the final day of the season.
"Pogba is not the right player that United need right now. Is he a world-class footballer? Yes. Is he the type of player that you can use your values, your structure on, make him a leader of the team? He's not. He's just not the right fit,” he told The Debate.
"Liverpool and City are so disciplined. I remember Carrick, his positioning, his selflessness, he made players around him better. Pogba makes players around him worse players because they constantly have to fill in where he's floating off."
Despite the World Cup winner being heavily slammed due to his inconsistency, he has had arguably his best season for United, netting 16 goals and providing 11 assists in the process.
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