Published: Fri, April 12, 2019
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

'They weren't that dangerous' - Pogba bullish on Man Utd's chances in Barcelona

'They weren't that dangerous' - Pogba bullish on Man Utd's chances in Barcelona

Manchester United star Paul Pogba tried to avoid any questions related to his future at Old Trafford on Wednesday as he continues to be linked with a move to Real Madrid.

Pogba believes that United's stunning comeback against Paris Saint-Germain in France in the last round - when he was suspended after being sent off in the first leg - has given them hope of another famous result against a Barca team that hasn't lost at the Nou Camp in Europe for six years.

"So we'll see after".

The club opted to insert these pay-cut clauses in players' contracts to help protect them from the inevitable drop in revenue that comes from missing out on the Champions League, with several players said to be earning huge amounts that are hard to afford on Europa League earnings.

Amid the reported interest from Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane, Pogba is said to be growing disillusioned by the vision and direction of the club - which has allegedly caused strain in the relationship with the new head coach.

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When asked if Pogba would be a good fit for the Madrid midfield, Casmiro added: "A world class player at his level can play in any team". We believe we can beat them. I think maybe the chances that we get we have to put them in and be careful.

"It is one leg gone and now we have to give everything in the second one".

"They didn't have really a lot of chances". One of the best in the world of course. "We know what their flaws are so we're going to target that next game".

Chelsea moved up to third in the Premier League by beating West Ham, but the race for Champions League qualification promises to be tight with just five points separating the third-place Blues with Manchester United in sixth.

"Probably Paris will be in their minds for sure because they saw what we can do against PSG".

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