POGBA: ‘ENJOYING MYSELF AT MANCHESTER UNITED’
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has dropped another twist about his future with the Theater of Dreams.
The Frenchman inspired Manchester United turn around after coming in for Scott McTominay as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men came from two goals down to beat Atalanta 3-2.
“I am always smiling, as I enjoy playing here,” Pogba told Sky Sport Italia after the match.
“I am someone who often smiles, so that means I generally have fun.”
“Cristiano is Cristiano and he scored a Cristiano-style goal, so it felt a bit like deja-vu,” continued Pogba to Italian television.Information Guide Nigeria
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“We are talking about a player who everyone knows, someone who won many editions of the Ballon d’Or and has been the best in the world for many years.
“All we can do is respect him and be happy he is playing here.”
Next up for Manchester United is an epic clash against Liverpool at Old Trafford.JAMB Result
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