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2020-05-04

Pogba and Fernandes are going to make Man Utd a real force'

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The ex-Red Devils goalkeeper believes that Covid-19 has had a significant impact on the transfer market, meaning the Frenchman is likely to stay at Old Trafford Paul Pogba in Manchester United due to coronavirus implications on the transfer market, says Mark Bosnich, with the Frenchman set to make the Red Devils "a real force" alongside Bruno Fernandes.

Questions on the future of the World Cup-winning midfielder at Old Trafford have been asked for some time now. A move elsewhere has been mooted with Pogba suffering form and fitness issues in 2019-20 along with doubts about his ongoing commitment to the cause.

Questions on the future of the World Cup-winning midfielder at Old Trafford have been asked for some time now. A move elsewhere has been mooted with Pogba suffering form and fitness issues in 2019-20 along with doubts about his ongoing commitment to the cause.

Juventus and Real Madrid would both welcome the opportunity to add a proven performer to their respective squads, but during the next window, big-money deals are expected to be short-lived. That, along with United's reluctance to part with an asset worth £89 million ($111 m), is expected to keep Pogba in its current environment.

Bosnich feels that this could ultimately benefit all concerned, with the Fernandes form since his arrival in England suggesting that a fearsome engine room partnership can be found.

Sky Sports has been told by the former United goalkeeper: "Forget about football, every industry in the world is going to take a hit, and have taken a hit, and will continue to take a hit. When it comes to that, football won't be any different at all.

"When transfers are allowed, how far these contracts can go, those chips-metaphorically-are in the air. They are going to come down, especially in the short term, and one doesn't know if they get back to that level again.

"I have said in the past, in terms of Paul Pogba, that I would like to see him stay.

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