Manchester United manager, Paul Pogba should not bite back at criticism from Roy Keane and Gary Neville, Frank Leboeuf has said.
Frank recently revealed that the Frenhcman should avoid this because he still has questions to answer at Old Trafford.
According to him, Pogba should not enter into a war of words with club icons in Manchester, because these legends only talk to defend Manchester United when they see what they don’t want to see.
He added that Pogba obviously plays better for the French national team than MUFC, and that should not be the case.
His words, “I don’t know who that tweet is addressed to.
“If it is addressed to Bild, maybe Pogba can be right to respond to that. If it is addressed to Keane or Neville, legends of Manchester United who know what they are talking about and want to defend their club, then you cannot say that.
“I could have said something and Pogba could have said ‘Frank Leboeuf be quiet, you didn’t play for Manchester United so why do you talk?’ But Keane and Neville want to defend Manchester United when they see what they don’t want to see.
“I sent a post to Bixente Lizarazu during the French national team games where I said that maybe we don’t have a clear understanding of what is going on with Pogba in England compared to what we see with the national team.
“Paul Pogba runs and plays well when he plays for the national team, which is not the case at United.
“In the derby [a 0-0 draw with City on Saturday] he wasn’t the worst, he was pretty good, but there is something very different in the behaviour of Paul Pogba with Manchester United and with the national team. He is the only one who has an answer for that.”
“I guess Keane and Neville are not blind enough to say ‘Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is doing great and we are going to defend him’. They have to say the truth. They cannot say BS.
“What they see is not enough from Paul Pogba. You can’t defend a former team-mate all the time if he makes mistakes.”