Zlatan Ibrahimovic has called for Manchester United to sell Paul Pogba, claiming that it would be the best move for the club.
The Frenchman has been linked with a move to Real Madrid and the Swede believes his former employers should cash in.
“I think that if he doesn’t want to stay then it makes no sense to keep him,” he told the BBC.
“You let him go and if he wants to be somewhere else then that’s where you let him go.
“Use the situation and bring somebody who wants to stay.
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“You don’t want a player in your club or in your team who doesn’t want to stay because he might not give 100 or 200 percent, or he does that and still he doesn’t want to stay.
“It’s a tricky situation.”
The striker also insisted that Pogba’s teammates at Old Trafford will be understanding
“The players in the dressing room are professional and they understand each other’s situation,” he said.