Paul Ince criticized Pogba and Lukaku

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Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Ince attacked with criticism José Mourinho’s team two most expensive players in the face of Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku.

Pogba showed a very weak football in the recent matches against Crystal Palace and Southampton, as a result of which he was sent to reserve in the Arsenal clash (2:2). According to Ince, the Frenchman should leave the club if he doesn’t feel happy at United.

Ince says that fans and the club require a world-class game from Pogba. But all he does is going out on the field and doong tricks after which he loses the ball. Everyone can blame Jose Mourinho for all the problems of the club, but you cannot blame him for the fact that Pogba doesn’t want to help himself.

United’s legend drew attention to the fact that the mood of the fans was very bad at the moment. They are ready for Pogba to leave the team. No one will be upset if he leaves.

Romeu Lukaku also received his portion of criticism from Ince. He, like Pogba, started the match against Arsenal on the bench.

The task of the forward is to score balls. If you aren’t able to score goals then you need to sit on the bench. Lukaku doesn’t help the team at the moment and Ince doesn’t understand why he’s still at the club.

United’s 8th place is a shame and the club’s leadership must do something right now. If you need to send Lukaku and Pogba in the reserve for this or even sell them, then you need to do so.

(Reporting by Kovtunov Ilya, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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