Latest articles on Paul Pogba

Red Devils have found their superstar

In Bruno Fernandes the club have finally found that talismanic midfield playmaker to build a team around

Phil Neville calls for social media boycott in wake of Pogba racist abuse

The England Women's coach has urged players to snub social media after Pogba became the third player in a week to be racially abused on its platforms

Stage set for Pogba to prove his worth to Man Utd

Nearly three years on, United can feel they have still to receive sufficient bang for the bucks they paid to Juventus for Pogba

Pogba wants ‘happy coach’ Solskjær to stay at Man Utd

When Solskjær was given the role it was widely assumed he was merely keeping the seat warm for a bigger managerial name

Solskjær’s salutes never-say-die United

United ensured a thrilling finale when Jeff Hendrick was judged to have brought down Jesse Lingard and Pogba stroked home

Never let me go: Solskjaer wants to stay as Man United boss

The United interim manager has won his first four games in charge

Man City bounce back as Pogba shines again for Man Utd

​Manchester City cut Liverpool's lead at the top of the Premier League to seven points with a 3-1 win at Southampton

The nightmare of Christmas

Premier League teams play on average one game every three days during the jam-packed period

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