Pogba must be consistent to improve at Manchester United – Giggs
Former Manchester United captain, Ryan Giggs, has said that Paul Pogba must put in more consistent performances next season.
The Welshman was speaking on ITV, before England’s friendly match against France at the Stade de France, where Pogba started for the hosts.
Pogba’s world record move last summer has received plenty of scrutiny, with the player enduring much criticism with his first campaign back at Old Trafford.
The midfielder scored nine goals, hitting the crossbar a further nine times.
“Consistency – because he’s got everything,” said the former Red Devils winger. “He can run box-to-box, he can score goals. He hit the crossbar nine or ten times last season. If he can turn them into goals – there’s another area he needs to improve.
“You never knew what you were going to get from him, but overall I was quite happy with his first season.
“Of course he could have done better, but he’s come from Juventus where they win the league every year.
“He’s [now] in a team which has been inconsistent. If United hit the ground running next season you will see a ‘new and improved Pogba’,” Giggs said.