sport news Paul Pogba to Man City is a 'no-brainer', says Redknapp... but Carragher ... trends now

sport news Paul Pogba to Man City is a 'no-brainer', says Redknapp... but Carragher ... trends now
sport news Paul Pogba to Man City is a 'no-brainer', says Redknapp... but Carragher ... trends now

sport news Paul Pogba to Man City is a 'no-brainer', says Redknapp... but Carragher ... trends now

Signing Paul Pogba is a 'NO-BRAINER' for Man City, insists Jamie Redknapp... but Jamie Carragher argues they shouldn't go anywhere NEAR him' because he 'doesn't work hard enough' to fit into Pep Guardiola's team Paul Pogba has been linked with a free transfer to Manchester City this summer The French midfielder, 29, is out of contract at neighbours Manchester United Jamie Redknapp encouraged the deal, saying Pogba would 'add so much' to City But Jamie Carragher blasted the midfielder as he 'doesn't work hard enough' 

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Paul Pogba moving to Manchester City is a 'no-brainer' according to Jamie Redknapp, but Jamie Carragher has urged Pep Guardiola to not go 'anywhere near' the Frenchman. 

Pogba's contract at Manchester United expires at the end of the season and he has been linked with a free transfer to their local rivals. 

City are on the lookout for midfield reinforcements, with 37-year-old Fernandinho set to leave the club this summer. 

Paul Pogba has recently been touted to make the switch to Manchester City on a free transfer

Paul Pogba has recently been touted to make the switch to Manchester City on a free transfer

'It would be an incredible move,' Redknapp said on Sky Sports. 'It would be one I wouldn't have seen coming. You have to weigh it up. On a free transfer, he'd have a point to prove because he's taken a lot of stick at United. 

'There's a few times I've watched games between United and City and he [Guardiola] always goes over to have a bit of dialogue. He obviously respects him as a player, there was talk a few years ago that he might have gone for him. 

'No matter what you say about Paul Pogba, it's a free transfer - high wages of course but that's not a problem for Man City – you would take him in a heartbeat. He adds a lot to this team and I think he'd be hungry to come and show what he can do. 

'He lives in the area, I think it would be an incredible move. It would be a brave move, but I'd love to see that in the

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