– Paul Pogba is a major influence on Man United’s title challenge this season, Phil Neville claims

– The 27-year-old has been in a good run of form in the past few matches for the Red Devils

– Neville claims the France international is a world class player despite his controversial nature

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Phil Neville strongly believes Paul Pogba can help Man United win the Premier League this season following his recent performances in matches.

The troubled midfielder recently spoke out through is superagent Mino Raiola that he will be leaving Old Trafford at the end of the season.

However, Neville has heaped praise on the World cup winner and insisted that the World cup winner will play a huge role in United’s challenge for the league title this campaign.

Paul Pogba: Neville insists Frenchman can help Man United win Premier League

Paul Pogba: Neville insists Frenchman can help Man United win Premier League.
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Neville was quoted by Daily Mail:

“When they played Leipzig his agent came out and said he wanted to leave but since then I have seen the best of Paul Pogba,.

“I have got to say I prefer watching Manchester United when he is playing because he gives them something that might take them on the way to the title. He is a world class player.”

United moved to second on the table following their last gasp win over Wolves at Old Trafford and Neville hailed the influence of Pogba’s teammate Bruno Fernandes.

Neville added

“It’s the impact he’s had on the club. Forget the goals and assists, it’s the winning mentality, every time he goes on the field he wants to win, he drives the team forward.

“He is absolutely outstanding. He pops up everywhere on the field with a goal and assist.”

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Manchester United recorded a late win over Wolves as Marcus Rashford scored in injury time to edge a dour encounter at Old Trafford.

Both teams had faced eachother in different encounters since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was installed as manager but this was among the least entertaining of a poor bunch, however United won’t care as they head into 2021 off the back of a crucial win.

Recall that the Red Devils played a draw with Leicester City on December 26, Sokskjaer made six changes to the team that faced wolves and it looked like the cracker was heading for a goalless draw.

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