Roy Keane believes that Paul Pogba won’t be at Manchester United come next season and will leave the club for a second time in the summer.
The Red Devils legend was part of the punditry team along with Graeme Souness for the club’s clash with bitter rivals Liverpool, for which the Frenchman was dropped on Sunday.
The former Irish midfielder made the comment in a very matter-of-fact manner, indicating he won’t miss Pogba very much if he does leave the club again.
“Paul Pogba’s days are numbered, they won’t sell him in January but he’ll move on. It’s no big deal, he’s left United before,” Keane said on Sky Sports.
Keane was in his usual scathing mood this afternoon, calling United an “average” side this season.
“If you came down from the moon today and knew nothing about football you’d say United are an average Premier League side. Nothing more. They are Manchester United of the 1980’s, they can be a decent cup team.”