Gary Neville slams 'very poor' Paul Pogba

Neville reveals why Solskjaer slump is good for Man Utd 'They would've conned everyone!&apos

The former defender believes the recent run of bad results at Old Trafford will benefit the Premier League club in the long runMore

United suffered a chastening night in the Champions League as they were defeated 3-0 at the Nou Camp.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men made some unwanted history in the defeat, with Man Utd suffering their worst ever European knockout-round defeat over two legs.

"For Marcus Rashford, he recognises what the elite level is in terms of club football", Neville told beIN SPORTS.

Manchester United legend Gary Neville has claimed the Red Devils should consider resting players for their clash against Man City in a bid to boost their top four hopes.

However, certain United supporters seemed to agree with Neville's line of thinking, and admitted that even with their best starting eleven on the pitch, they would struggle to beat City, and so it made flawless sense for Solskjaer to rotate his players around.

"I think it's important when you make a mistake of that nature, in your home country, he's now an experienced player".

"For me, today showed that they need a defensive midfield player in that position".

"Now we're seeing a bit more of what they're like".

Neville blamed Pogba for his lackluster performance against the hosts, adding that the France worldwide was playing as he did under former Man United boss, Jose Mourinho.

"Pogba is now playing how he was pre-Ole's arrival", Neville said.

" I thought he was really poor, rolling his foot over the ball all the time, playing for himself, not popping it off and moving, didn't look interested at times."

Centre-back, a central midfield player and there's got to be someone in at right winger.

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