Ex-Manchester United defender, Patrice Evra has told fellow national Paul Pogba what he should do to save his career at Old Trafford amidst rumour over the potential exit.
Pogba is still widely viewed as one of the most gifted midfielders in the game despite largely underperforming during his second five-year stint as a United player.
Pogba is a client of super agent Mino Raiola who has made no secret of putting Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid on high alert over potentially snagging his signature.
However, Evra, who shared a dressing room with Pogba while the pair were both at Juventus, has explained what the World Cup winner can do to revive his career and stay at United.
Speaking to FourFourTwo magazine, Evra said: “It hurts me when people criticise Paul, I have to say, because it hurts when people criticise your brother.
“He’s such a great player — and maybe some people can’t understand why he can play so well with France for the national team and not as well for Manchester United.
“He needs to fix that, give more love to the fans, then they have to give more love to him in return.
“I think some of the old legends can sometimes go in too personal on him, which I don’t like. He’s a great guy.”