He hasn’t been bad, but he’s definitely not been impressive either. Paul Pogba returned to Manchester United from Juventus, he hasn’t given the Red Devils the same he gave Juve throughout his time in Turin, but according to Thierry Henry, it wasn’t his compatriot’s fault.
They don’t use Pogba where he should be playing. He’s not a holding midfielder. He likes to play higher or off the left. You lose a bit of him when he plays deeper
the former Arsenal star told Sky Sports.
It was always going to be difficult for him. When you have a price tag like his, people are always going to talk. It could be good if someone comes in during the summer with a bigger price tag, then people might leave Pogba alone
the Frenchman said, agreeing on this with Jose Mourinho, who said pretty much the same thing a few days ago, keeping his fingers crossed that some club this summer will give more money to sign another player, more than what United paid to get Pogba back from Juventus.
Henry talked about Wayne Rooney as well, urging him to leave United.
Everyone would love to see Wayne Rooney finish his career at Manchester United, but I doubt it. I think he might have to go. When you have a player like Rooney and he’s not playing, what’s the point? If he’s not part of the team, then he should go. That’s exactly what John Terry said when he left Chelsea