CRISTIANO RONALDO is likely to receive less attention than Paul Pogba before Manchester United’s clash with maxbet
Juventus. That is the view of former United midfielder-turned-pundit Owen Hargreaves. Pogba will return to his former club later today (8pm) when Manchester United take on Juventus in their Champions League Group H encounter in Turin. All the eyes will be on the Frenchman, who admitted earlier this week that he is ‘happy’ at United despite failing to live up to maxbet
expectations after his high-profile move worth £89million back in the summer of 2016. The Red Devils will be eager to exact revenge after a Paulo Dybala strike was enough to separate the two sides at Old Trafford a fortnight ago. Ronaldo, meanwhile, is usually the prize billing before any game he plays, but Hargreaves thinks the focus could shift to Pogba.
“Anywhere Pogba’s been he’s pretty much been the centre of attention from a really young age,” Hargreaves told BT maxbet
Sport when asked about the kind of reception Pogba could receive.
“I think he copes with it better than almost anyone because if it goes wrong at Man Utd it seems to either be Mourinho’s or Pogba’s fault.
“Nobody else gets anywhere near that level of criticism which is remarkable really, so because of that I think he’s doing a great job.”