Paul Pogba divides opinion of Man United fans in recent Twitter poll

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Paul Pogba has been at the forefront of Manchester United fan's minds every since the beginning of the season.

Whether it be for a moment of brilliance which momentarily justifies the hefty price tag United paid in 2016 or a lacklustre, lazy performance that puts a seed of doubt in supporter's minds.

The 25-year-old Frenchman has seemingly fallen out with manager Jose Mourinho with the Portuguese questoning Pogba's mentality.

The former Juventus man was not included in United's starting line-up for their 4-1 win over Fulham on Saturday and more alarmingly was below Scott McTominay in the pecking order as the Scotsman came on in the centre of midfield.

Manchester Evening News' Twitter, @ManUtdMEN, took this opportunity to produce a poll giving fans the opportunity to voice their opinion on whether Pogba should start in the current United side.

The results showed a clear divide between fans and a obvious seperation between the World Cup winner's obvious talent and the quality he is actually displaying on the pitch at the moment.

Despite 2,323 votes being a rather small sample in the grand scheme of things, we would have to assume that the majority of voters are Mancunian, giving a rather accurate representation.

53% of voters believe that Pogba is simply not good enough to play for Man United at this moment in time.

A major part of this large percentage is probably down to the collateral damage that could be caused if the Frenchman were to stay at the club.

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Fans were very vocal in the comment section as well, giving their reason as to why they believe United and Pogba are not a good combination. 

However there are still fans that jumped to the defence of the Frenchman.

One fan even suggesting there should be a third option in the poll that truly sums up the current situation.

Do you think Man United should hold on to Pogba? Have your say in the comments section below.

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