Former Manchester United junior Eamon Dunphy doesn’t believe Paul Pogba will be missed for Sunday’s derby against Manchester City.
Pogba will be suspended for the big game after being sent off in victory at Arsenal.
“It’s not a game-changer for next weekend, not at all,” Dunphy 2FM.
“I don’t think Pogba is that good. There are a lot of guys in England hyping Pogba up. He is okay. He is always on the edge of the game. He made a goal at the weekend but for £90m you are expecting a lot more over the 90 minutes.
“He is not a world class player.”
“I think he is very self-indulgent,” Dunphy added.
“He doesn’t appear to have a care in the world. I’d say he is a smashing lad to go on a night out [with] or to live next door to but does he win matches?”