Pogba regrets Man United return and could join Madrid in the summer

The former Juventus man has been a frustrated figure in recent weeks and one former Manchester United star believes the midfielder is being played out of position.

Paul Pogba is regretting his decision to return to Old Trafford and could leave in the next transfer window, according to Paul Ince.

The France international returned to United in a then world-record £89.3 million deal after being initially released on a free in 2012.

According to Ince, Pogba now wishes he did not return to England and believes he is being used out of position by Mourinho.

“If what’s being said about Pogba is true, that he regrets joining United, then I’d be disappointed, but not surprised,” Ince told Paddy Power .

“I can understand why Pogba might feel irritated with the position Mourinho currently has him playing in.

“He likes to roam, he likes to attack. He wasn’t signed to be a holding midfield player and that’s clearly not what he enjoys or is best at. So why does he insist on playing him there?”

Ince also claimed that if the Frenchman does not receive his wish to play in a more advanced role, he could leave the club after just two seasons.

“The signals that are coming from Pogba is that he’s not happy and if he doesn’t feel like he fits in, then I could see him leaving in the summer,” the former England player added.

“He’s one of the best players in the world and deserves to be played in his right position where he can show that off and express himself.”


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