Despite rumours over his possible departure from Old Trafford, Pogba has turned out to become a key player in the Red Devils squad under Ole Gunnar Solkjaer.
He has supplied the Red Devils with four assists in his last 5 appearances for the club.
While Pogba has been linked with moves to Real Madrid and Juventus, Ole has continued to insist on keeping the France international at Old Trafford.
However former Man Utd star, Michael Owen in a recent statement has claimed that Ole doesn’t trust Pogba in the middle.
Speaking to Premier League Productions, Owen said: “I know every Manchester United fan around the world would agree: get Paul Pogba in alongside one sitting midfield player.
“Then you can get an extra body going forward, the likes of Cavani and you can put Fernandes in behind with the two normal wide players.”
Owen noted that to play in this style means Ole will have to put Cavani on the bench because he doesn’t trust French player in the middle as a sitting midfielder so he has to stick him out wide.
“Whenever they play against a very good side, he goes back to basics. He goes back to thinking, ‘I need those two protective midfield players,’ Owen said.