Manchester United legend Roy Keane has launched a scathing attack on off-form French midfielder Paul Pogba.
Keane further revealed that the Red Devils’ club record signing must improve on his performances for the club.
The Republic of Ireland assistant coach was speaking about Pogba on ITV.
He said: “If you are going to play in midfield, you should be able to play in a two or a three.”
“The guy needs to do better himself and focus on what football is really about.” he added.
Speaking further about other problems affecting the club, Keane touched on the defensive side of things.
He said: “They haven’t sorted out the defensive problems they have had over the last few years and that will continue.
“The two centre-halves need to do better. I’ve always thought with Ashley Young in your back four, you are going to struggle.” he further stated.
On the upcoming games against Huddersfield Town (away) in the FA Cup, Sevilla (away) in the UEFA Champions League (UCL) and Chelsea (home) in the Premier League, Keane said: “I don’t care about the last few league games. Sevilla will give them a game but United should win.
“They will turn up for these couple of big games and I think they’ll go through.” he concluded.