The former Manchester United defender has expressed his desire to see a World Cup winner remain at Old Trafford, but Van der Beek is not yet ready to speak out.
According to Clayton Blackmore, Paul Pogba is “world-class,” and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has stated that “there aren’t many better midfielders in the world.”
Old Trafford’s World Cup winner is reportedly still considering a move this summer, and reports suggest that Paris Saint-Germain is interested in sending the French international back to his homeland.
Despite the fact that Pogba has entered the final year of his current contract, Blackmore believes that an ambitious team should keep the 28-year-old player. This fuels rumors, but Blackmore believes that a competitive team should keep the player.
What exactly did you say?
Former Manchester United defender has previously played for Bonus Finder and Tell Target. “If I were the head coach,” Tell Target says, “I would try to keep him because he is a world-class player.” “If I were the head coach, I would do everything in my power to keep him because he is a world-class player.”
“He isn’t for everyone, but when he’s on the court, he makes things happen, and that’s what matters to me,” the coach said.
“I don’t think the media attention he received was helpful. They claimed that PSG were interested in signing him. If I were Ole, I would not believe that at all. There aren’t many better midfielders in the world than [Gunnar Solskjer], and I want to keep him for as long as I can.
If Pogba leaves, who will fill his shoes?
Manchester United’s Donny van der Beck for the 2020-21 season
If Manchester United and Pogba are forced into a corner because the club does not want to risk losing him when he becomes a free agent in 2022, then other parties must intervene.
Solskjaer has a lot of creative organizers on his team, including Dutch international Donny van de Beek.
The 24-year-old player is clearly gifted, but Blackmore did not believe he was ready to be a talisman during the previous season, when he struggled for playing time.
“Donny van der Beck is a good player, but he is not on the same level as Paul Pogba,” he continued.
Even though I don’t believe he has as much of an impact on the game as Pogba, it’s possible that if given the chance, he could.
“In that field, Ole needs to find a player who can play both offense and defense. Van der Beck is a player who works hard, but he has yet to prove his worth by winning four or five games in a row.
It is critical for a player to give the impression that he or she is a team member. It will do wonders for his self-esteem if he is able to participate in the game.
After appearing in only four games for Salford City of League Two, the club has decided to release Darron Gibson this week.
It was the most recent setback for a player who was once considered to be the next big thing at Manchester United. In fact, the player had previously won the prestigious Jimmy Murphy Award, which is given to the club’s most promising academy player.
Jimmy Murphy is a figure that is held in extremely high esteem at Old Trafford. Murphy was born and raised in the Rhondda Valley, which is located in the centre of south Wales.