Tuesday, 27 December 2016


The Portuguese has hailed the midfielder's performances for Manchester United

And verbally expresses the Frenchman is the best in the world in his position.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho labelled Paul Pogba as the best midfielder in the world, but expects the France star to be even better next season.
The Red Devils forked out a world-record fee to re-sign Pogba from Serie A champions Juventus and the 23-year-old is commencing to hit top form after initially struggling at Old Trafford this term.
Mourinho is intransigent that more is to emanate from Pogba, though, and backed him to eventually win the Ballon d'Or, if the prize is judged on more than goals alone.

"People have to change the way they look at the Ballon d'Or. At the moment, it is almost as it you cannot win it if you are not a goalscorer," Mourinho told SFR Sport.
"It was a miracle that [Franz] Beckenbauer, [Fabio] Cannavaro or even a midfielder like [Luis] Figo won it. Because now it seems impossible to win if you are not a goalscorer. 
"The Premier League is a very difficult league. He was in Serie A before, where he played four years. The Premier League is completely different, but he is doing well, more than well. His evolution is clear. I can imagine next year for Paul is going to be top."

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