Former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Petit has urge Paul Pogba to cheer up and put an end to his negative attitude. Pogba has been on poor form in recent weeks, his attitude on and off the pitch has raised many eyebrows from the football world.
The United Super Star has become embroiled in an ugly spat with boss Jose Mourinho and has often seen left out of the side. But Arsenal great Petit has told his country man that his club must come first and he need to buckle up his ideas.
He told RMC: “Paul, I’ll give him a little bit of advice, change attitude a bit, stop making it a Mourinho vs Pogba duel because Manchester United is much more bigger than both of you “.
Petit was on the view that Pogba is taking his fracas with Mourinho a personal issue and it’s showing on the pitch, thereby sending out a lot of negative signals.
On the same vein, France manager Didier Claude Deschamps, recently spoke out about Pogba’s poor form too, insisting it’s natural and it happens to every other player.
He referred to Antoine Greizman and Kylian Mbappe, he said : “In September or October, people were questioning Antoine “, Then Mbappe was in slump and now he is at the summit. No player can be at the top of his form for 10 months of the season “.
He continued, “Paul is Paul, perhaps he is having a thougher time, it’s been a while since he had one, I know what he can do “. He however said Pogba’s poor run of form won’t change what thinks of him.