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“I really hope he stays’ – Man United star hopeful that world-class teammate will stay put

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Fred urges Paul Pogba to stay at Manchester United

According to Esporte Interativo (h/t Metro), Manchester United midfielder Fred has urged teammate Paul Pogba to stay put at Old Trafford.

The Frenchman has been linked with a move away, with both Real Madrid and Juventus keen. He has spent a largely unsettled season at United, which has also been hampered by injury.

Fred has urged Paul Pogba to stay at Manchester United
Fred has urged Paul Pogba to stay at Manchester United

Fred admitted that Pogba is a great player whose qualities are clear to the people training alongside him.

“And for sure we want him to stay. Because he will add us a lot.”

The Red Devils have progressed well under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the past few months. Key additions have only helped augment what has been a promising start.

The Brazilian believes Pogba’s vast experience in the Premier League will only help the club’s upward trajectory. A world-class player, he could be a pivotal cog in our journey to the top.

“I really hope that he stays, and if he stays, I’m sure he will be a very strong reinforcement for us next season.”

The 27-year-old has made 150 appearances for the Red Devils. With 31 goals and 31 assists, he has proved to be a reasonable hit in the red shirt.

Bruno Fernandes has made a huge impact since arriving
Bruno Fernandes has made a huge impact since arriving

Pogba enjoyed a stellar opening season where he helped United to two trophies. He has failed to replicate the same success since, leading to speculation regarding his future.

With Bruno Fernandes making waves in the United midfield, the addition of Pogba will further enhance us.

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Pogba is yet to feature for United since last December. Having returned from injury, he is now able to train.

With him alongside Bruno Fernandes, the Reds stand a good chance of pipping Chelsea to fourth place once the season resumes.