Paul Pogba is not world-class “in shape or form,” says the former coach of Manchester United Rene Meulensteen, with French midfielder, said he needs to work harder and meet expectations before Elite can be considered. The winner of the World Cup would arrive. However, in that category when it is carried out at the top of its powers, the presentations of this quality have been shortly supply over a second spell at Old Trafford.Pogba remains the signature of £ 89 million ($ 115 million) of club signature, and a man who continues to consult the regular game, but coherence has been a problem in the midst of a regular interrogation of his form and future.
Meulensteen believes that these criticisms deserve, with the 27 years, who returned to Juventus English football, however, to fulfill their undoubted possibility and their cement standing next to those at the top of the global game.
The former man from the right hand of Sir Alex Ferguson said to Stadium Astro de Pogba: “You can have all the talent in the world, but it is a hard work, and it is hard work that brings that quality to the surface.
“For me, he has not worked enough. I can see it all the time, it is too slow, it is laborious and there is no urgency about it and other teams can capitalize.
“He’s a very talented player, everyone keep talking about him, he is world class, is world class.