Pogba can cause mayhem if Mourinho gives freedom, says Rooney

Pogba can cause mayhem if Mourinho gives freedom, says Rooney

"One of the best games Pogba had was the Everton game [2-0 win on January 1], when he was on the left of Matic - in a similar position to the one he played at Juventus - and Ander Herrera was on the right". After all, Steven Gerrard at his peak was able to attack in the knowledge that Xabi Alonso and Javier Mascherano were taking care of defensive duties behind him. The Belgian was out for a long time this season, and he returned to action just a couple of weeks ago.

Those at the very bottom fighting most desperately in the later stages.

All Premier League fans would like to see Mourinho throw off the shackles and allow Pogba the free role in midfield that utilises his talents best. As sparring partners, they reveal all their opponents' flaws.

"The paparazzi that sleeps in the door of the Lowry Hotel, he sees me in the morning when I am sleeping, he sees me later when I am going back and I am exhausted".

"Maybe the favorites will be more Real Madrid, or Manchester City, or Barcelona", added Alenichev.

2015/16: Leicester City - A miracle Premier League title win celebrated around the world, the Foxes were unable to replicate their form the following season, finishing 12th. "That's a problem that I can not resolve".

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The major news in this respect is that Eric Bailly may return to first team action by the end of February.

The Manchester United Supporters Trust (MUST) responded by arguing that the club needed to do more to improve their relationship with fans if bosses wanted a better atmosphere.

'We have [Juan] Mata, Lukaku, Rashford, Martial and Alexis.

It may be, then, that Pochettino's masterpiece against United has unwittingly given them a better blueprint for success on the Continent. A few more years at Ajax?

That gulf may have some United fans anxious about a period of City dominance under Pep Guardiola, but his old adversary Mourinho, when asked where he sees his side in 2020, responded in typically bullish fashion.

Since United won three in a row between 2007 and 2009, no Premier League title victor has successfully continued their success the next season, with three sides finishing second the term after winning it.

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