Manchester United Football Club have made a brilliant start to the 2017/18 campaign, securing two victories from two matches so far. One of the heartbeats of our team has been Paul Pogba, who has found the back of the net in both those games.
His all-round performances have been a delight, but, unfortunately, that hefty price tag will always loom over his head; at least for the foreseeable future anyway.
This week though, Pogba has been named the UEFA Europa League Player of the Year for his performances in the continental competition which Manchester United went on to win.
— Paul Pogba (@paulpogba) August 25, 2017
The 24-year-old was brilliant in Europe last year, and although the competition was significantly weaker than he’d find in the Champions League, it was a great start for him.
What I find most scary about the Frenchman is the fact that he is nowhere near his peak yet, and the way he has started 2017/18 is so exciting in my opinion. This could be a huge year for him individually, but Manchester United as a whole too.
Keep shutting up them doubters, Paul, and lead your team to glory this season.