Manchester United legend, Paul Ince while speaking to Genting Casino explained how difficult it will be for Rangnick to convince Pogba to stay at Old Trafford.
Paul Ince said: “We’ve got Ralf Rangnick in but Paul Pogba is going to say, ‘In four months you might not be here, and whoever comes in might not fancy me,’ so this is the problems we have with players.
“I don’t think he’ll sign; I don’t think he’ll sign whoever the manager is, that’s my honest opinion. I think as a free agent the world is his oyster. And I can see him going abroad somewhere, we see a lot of top players going on free transfers.
“So I can see him going somewhere else. On his day he’s world class, but to play for Manchester United you can’t just be on your day once in a blue moon, you’ve got to be seven out of ten every week. That was the minimum.
“To be a Man United player, you had to perform week-in and week-out, and we’ve not had that from Pogba apart from at the start of the season where he was outstanding, but since then, he’s kind of fallen away.”
At the moment, Pogba is being sidelined with a major thigh injury he picked up on international duty with France and the 28-year-old is not expected to return to action until next month.
The midfielder, whose Man United contract expires at the end of the 2021/22 season, will be free to sign a pre-contract agreement with a non-Premier League club starting from January.