Man Utd told Juventus star would be perfect Pogba replacement

Date published: Saturday 15th February 2020 11:08

Manchester United have been urged to sign Aaron Ramsey from Juventus if Paul Pogba desires a move back to Turin.

Rumours that the France star wants a return to Serie A refuse to go away, especially given the recent comments from his agent Mino Raiola.

And with United lacking in midfield creativity, despite the recent signing of Bruno Fernandes, former Arsenal midfielder Ray Parlour believes the Red Devils can find a silver lining in letting him leave.

Parlor told talkSPORT: “I imagine Paul Pogba will move on.

“United have got to get the best deal for the club and replace him, and use that money to bring someone else in who is hungrier and wants to play for the club.

“We all know Pogba is a talented player and he’s won the World cup, but he just hasn’t done it in a Man United shirt.

“It just hasn’t worked out for him and I think Man United have just got to say: ‘okay he’s a talented player but we haven’t got the best out of him’.

“So let him move on and give someone else a go.”

Rumours have also surfaced that Ramsey could be on his way out of Juve, just a year after signing on a free transfer from Arsenal.

And Parlour believes the Welshman to be the ideal candidate for a switch to Old Trafford.

He continued: “Aaron Ramsey could be on his way again after just one year at Juventus – would that be a good swap deal?

“He’s a super player. They’ll be a lot of clubs interested in him.



“Could he go to Manchester United? He’s the sort of player they need to score you goals from midfield.

“He’s a good age, he’s still got three or four good years ahead of him, so he would surely be on Man United’s radar.

“That could be an interesting move if they could have him as part of the deal. I’m sure Man United fans would be very happy if they got Ramsey for Pogba.

“United paid £89million for Pogba, so they’ll certainly want that back, so you’d probably says he’s worth up to £100m.

“Ramsey would be worth £50m or 60m.”


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