Paul Pogba, Manchester United star knows how to raise his level. He has been the topic of intense criticism for his performances at the start of the 2020/21 campaign.
The 27 has truly endured a difficult start to the season, coming under increasing scrutiny for his performances at Manchester United.
He looked close to being back to his feet in the 0-0- Nations League draw with Portugal on International duty.
Hugo Lloris has labeled Paul a leader for making his first competitive appearance for France in 12 months.
He operates primarily as a central midfielder but can also be changing as an attacking midfielder, deep-lying playmaker, and also defensive midfielder.
He joined the youth team of Ligue 1 side Le Havre in 2007
before a protracted transfer brought him to Manchester United two years later.
Again, Pogba also captained France to victory at the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup and took the award for the Best Player for his performances during the tournament.
Paul Pogba is one of the Leaders of his Team
In 2013, Pogba established himself as one of the most promising young players in the world and also received the Golden Boy award.
He also helped Juventus to the 2015 UEFA Champions League Final, their first in 12 years.
Pogba loves the club he plays for and it is a joy for him,
He is willing to do his best for Manchester United to help his club get back to where they belong.
Meanwhile, he has one year left on his deal at Old Trafford and went on to confirm that talks over a new contract have yet to begin,
with his future looking increasingly uncertain.
He is one of the leaders of his team, and also has a long history with the national team.
Pogba knows when and how to raise his level when needed, especially when there is adversity.
He has only scored once in 11 appearances in all competitions for Manchester United.