‘Send Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku to the airport in the same taxi!’ – Ex-Manchester United striker Alan Brazil fumes over headlines
Alan Brazil has told Manchester United to ‘send Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku to the airport in the same taxi’ this summer.
The talkSPORT host and former United striker is ‘sick’ of seeing the duo constantly in the media and believes they should be sold when the transfer window opens.
Pogba’s face was all over the back pages of Friday’s newspapers in England, with claims he is ‘tearing apart’ the Red Devils’ dressing room and that his agent cancelled a meeting to discuss his future at the club.
Meanwhile, Lukaku was also headline news after telling Italian press it would be a ‘dream’ to play in Serie A and hopes to move there ‘sooner or later’.
Both stories have emerged in a grim time for United, who are currently suffering their worst run of results in more than 50 years after seven defeats from their last nine games.
And Mr Brazil has had enough of the negative press surrounding his former club, and the players behind it.
Speaking on Friday’s Sports Breakfast, the Scot said: “I’m sick of this. I pick up the papers and we get it again – Pogba and Lukaku.
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“Now, I’m trying my hardest and with United’s woes I don’t want to keep picking on two players, but we’re getting it again and again and again!
“If he wants to go, just get rid of him! Take him to the airport and get rid, I’m sick of it!
“United fans came on the show yesterday and said: ‘That’s it, I’m off. I’m not renewing my season ticket, I don’t care, I’ve been a supporter for 30 years and enough is enough. I’m not doing it next season’.
“They’ll pick up the paper this morning and say *slams fist on table* ‘that’s it’. If they were having second thoughts before, their season ticket’s in the bin now.
“It’s a disgrace. The back pages are all about Pogba and his agent, and Lukaku saying he wants to go to Italy.
“United, save some money and put both of them in the taxi and take them to the airport!”
Listen back to Alan Brazil’s Man United rant on the Sports Breakfast above
Source: Prem News