Rio Ferdinand believes Manchester United must keep Paul Pogba.
Pogba has been in good form for United since the season restarted, with the Frenchman forming a good midfield partnership with January signing Bruno Fernandes.
The World Cup winner said last summer he was open to a ‘new challenge’ and had only made eight appearances for United this season before the season was put on hold, but he appears content at United at the moment and Ferdinand wants him to stay
“I’ve seen a lot of people, a lot of fans, a lot of pundits say they have to get rid of him if they want to improve,” Ferdinand told BT Sport ahead of United’s win at Crystal Palace. “Man United have not seen the best of Paul Pogba. We’re beginning to see it now. It’s fashionable.
“What I’m saying is now they’re beginning to see what he’s about, potentially what he could’ve been when they signed him.
“Now they’re gonna start seeing that. Why sell him now? If you’re going to replace him, who?
“Who’s actually better than him and gettable in the world right now? It’s nigh-on impossible. Keep him.
“He’s on a good run of form right now, it’s only a few games, yes.”