Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes Manchester United would be well advised to let Paul Pogba leave if he isn’t to prepared to commit to the club.
The France international has been the subject of constant speculation during the summer and the former United striker believes the time could be right for him to move on.
He told the BBC: “I think if he does not want to stay there is no sense to keep him.
“If he wants to be somewhere else then let him go. Use the situation and bring someone in who wants to be there.”
Ibrahimovic believes that the effect the long-running saga has on the dressing room is not the major concern but is something the club has to tackle.
“In the dressing room the players respect each other. They are professional and they understand each other’s situations,” he explained.