Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has claimed he wasn’t loved by Manchester United fans
Manchester United has confirmed the 29-year-old France international will leave the club at the end of June when his contract with the Red Devils expires.
Former club Juventus and French champions Paris Saint-Germain are interested in signing Pogba
However, he has claimed he wants to feel loved in his next club.
“Everybody wants to feel loved, everyone, needs that in your soul to feel appreciated,” Pogba told Uninterrupted
“Everything you do even when you grow up when you do a good thing you like to hear well done, nice, it’s always been like that even adult we need that
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“It’s always good to feel the work you do is appreciated that you’re doing well and that people are happy with yourself.”
Pogba is determined to make his next move a positive one both on and off the pitch after failing to live up to expectations at Manchester United.
He said: “I just want the best for me. I’m thinking, putting everything together, taking my time, and I’m just looking for the best.
“I want to play football, be myself always, and enjoy what I do.
“I need to enjoy what I do because otherwise, I cannot perform well. also, I don’t want to be thinking negatively.
“We can be losing games, trophies but you have to be happy and enjoy yourself – that’s what I’m looking for.”
Pogba believes he will bring leadership in his next role and help younger players around him to improve.
He said: “I like to talk to the people and be a leader but even a leader sometimes needs his teammates to be encouraged, they need to bring him up.
“Being a leader, it’s helping your team-mates to the biggest potential.
“A leader doesn’t need to score, a leader can be on the pitch, do his job right, pushing each other.
“I think people around make a huge difference because they cheer you up or they can bring you down – it can be both – so you need them to bring you up.”