Richard Keys shocked as Paul Pogba comments emerge

Former Sky Sports employee Richard Keys has given his thoughts on Paul Pogba at Manchester United.

The midfielder is entering the final six months of his contract and attempts have been made to try and get that deal extended, but based on his comments during a recent interview, many feel as though Pogba will be leaving Old Trafford soon.

Speaking to French outlet Le Figaro, Pogba opened up about his time at United and suggested that a lot of his second spell felt like wasted time. It goes without saying that the team in recent years has fallen short of what we all expected to happen.

Pogba said: “You have to be honest, the last five seasons have not satisfied me – really not at all.

“This year it is dead, we won’t win anything. Whether it is with Manchester United or at another club, I want to win trophies.”

Jumping to Twitter to share his opinion on the comments, Keys slammed Pogba for his remarks, suggesting that some – if not all — of his former managers will have something to say in response.

“I can’t believe I’m reading this,” Keys wrote. “@paulpogba reckons he’s wasted 5 years of his career at United. Really? I wonder how Mssrs Mourinho/Solskjaer/Rangnick feel reading that? And United’s paying punters? Incredible. I’d let him go now.”

I feels like Pogba’s comments were the final nail in the coffin, but with a new manager on the way, he won’t want outbursts like this every time there is an international break and it has become a trend with the Frenchman.

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