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    Neil Warnock lambasts Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku

    Former English Premier League manager Neil Warnock has shared his strong assessment of Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku, labelling the two as bad-mannered players.

    The veteran manager says Manchester United were correct to let go of the French star midfielder while also criticising Lukaku.

    In the past few days, Lukaku was unveiled as the new striker for Italian giants, Inter Milan just after parting ways with Chelsea where he was reportedly unhappy.

    While Pogba is yet to find a new football home, the 73-year-old Warnock insists that the two players are all about themselves and not their teammates.

    In a conversation with TalkSport, the ex-Middlesborough boss stated that managers, Thomas Tuchel and Erik ten Hag, as well their respective Chelsea and Man United teams are lucky they have gone.

    “Good riddance, that’s what I say. Same as Pogba at Man United. I think both of them are all about ‘me, me, me’ and not the team or the club,” Warnock to the publication.

    “They’re the type who scores a goal, kiss the badge and then they’ve transferred next week. 

    “I don’t miss people like that. I didn’t think he did anything at Man United and I don’t think he’s done anything at Chelsea. 

    “Yes, Lukaku scored a couple of good goals, but his teammates will be far better without him. 

    “The manager is quite lucky because he hasn’t got to worry about him. I think Tuchel will be quite pleased about it.”

    Pogba, a former FIFA World Cup winner with France, is yet to find a club but he is rumoured to be on his way back to Juventus.

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