Liverpool Legend Tells Paul Pogba To Play Like Fellaini — Mad Comparison

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Pogba has scored 11 goals in 56 games since returning to United for a second spell last summer, when he joined in a then-world-record £89million transfer.

"I want to see Paul Pogba do what Fellaini does", said Souness, who won five league titles and three European Cups with Liverpool, and managed the club between 1991 and 1994.

Having made it quite clear on numerous occasions that he does not believe Paul Pogba to be a top player some may have expected Graeme Souness to be sick of talking about the Frenchman, but instead TV3's post match coverage on Tuesday night allowed Souness the opportunity to go in for another dig.

Souness said: "I'm not saying he's a better option, what I'm saying is he's a bigger threat - he's more effective".

'He's not easy on the eye, he's a bit of a thug at times, which doesn't make him a bad guy.

'That's the question mark I have against him.

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"I also want to discuss Paul Pogba's new hairstyle, which features a red streak".

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Lasting just 19 minutes of United's 3-0 win against Basel on Tuesday due to injury, that did not stop Souness from delivering some stinging criticism.

Jose Mourinho later confirmed Pogba's injury fears, but failed to explain its severity, saying: "I don't know honestly".