'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

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

Hazard scored a wonderful solo goal as part of a brace in Chelsea's 2-0 Premier League win over West Ham on Monday, after which Maurizio Sarri told Sky Sports £100million would be "too cheap" to buy the forward.

Real Madrid continue to look for ways to help Zinedine Zidane restructure the team in the summer, and with Paul Pogba's name continuing to appear, Casemiro has admitted that the French midfielder could play with any team.

Pressed further on whether Pogba would be a shrewd addition, the Brazil worldwide said: "A world-class player at his level can play in any team".

"I think the players have to also take their responsibility, they should all be in this together, but it's been a hard season because of performances and results". 'I only talk about the match, not about other things.

Asked if it would be in the back of their opponents" minds, he replied: "Yes, for sure, because they will have seen what happened against PSG.

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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. Obviously they will be careful.

The Red Devils now sit sixth in the Premier League, whilst they must go through Barcelona if they are to keep their dreams of winning the Champions League alive.

It remains to be seen whether United will be willing to facilitate the exit of their record signing, given the indications of a squad overhaul at the end of the current campaign. "We know what their flaws are so we're going to target that next game".

United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Pog will stay, insisting: "I can not see him not playing for us next season".

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