Former Manchester United player,Bastian Schweinsteiger has advised the club to allow Paul Pogba the freedom to leave if he wants to move on.
The French man had openly declared he wants to leave with former club,Juventus and Real Madrid standing by for his signature,however, his move looked real to Spain after the Serie A club backed out.
But his current boss seems not to be in tune with such plan as he still have him in his rebuilding plan and the club former player,Bastian said it shouldn’t be so if the midfielder wants to leave;
“If a player wants to leave the club, you shouldn’t stop him,” the 34-year-old told BBC Sport.
“You need players who are 100 per cent into the club and care about the club, that’s the only way you can survive at the top level and have success.
“Paul is a great player, he is just looking for a team where he can play the same style that he does with the France national team, so if you give him that kind of team around him, he would be happy at United.”
“I’m glad they have re-started their team and the way they play,” Schweinsteiger said.
“It’s about time because United is a huge club with amazing supporters and they have players in the squad who can really be dangerous.
“They should play a nice way of football and I really hope that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer lets the team play to their abilities and as far as I can see, he has done a good job.
“I would really like to see them win [the Premier League]. They have fantastic players, you just need to use them.”