Former Manchester United star Louis Saha has compared Paul Pogba with Paul Scholes in the aftermath of the Red Devils’ FA Cup triumph over Arsenal on Saturday. The France international has experienced an upheaval in league form since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took charge at the helm and Saha has now gone to compare the midfielder with one of the club’s greats. Speaking on Sky Sports, Saha said: “Paul Scholes is a genius, he was a genius. He had the brain, the vision, the consistency of his passing was just brilliant. He won’t be having a go at me by saying
Louis Saha reckons if Claudio Ranieri wants to land more players at Fulham during the mid-season transfer window, he won’t have any issues in convincing the players to come and join him because of the history attached with Fulham as a club and because of the kind of stature he himself possesses as a manager. The players will be interested to join in. “I think Ranieri will attract a lot of players easily because the Football club is amazing.” Saha was quoted saying by sky sports.
Former Manchester United star Louis Saha has urged Anthony Martial to stay put with the Red Devils for the long-term in order to enhance their prospects of securing regular silverware. The France international appeared to face an uncertain future after being out of contention during the early stages of the season but he has managed to resort the concern over the past couple of months, where he has netted six goals across all competitions. Speaking to Sky Sports, Saha has said that Martial has the perfect platform to progress with the Mancunian giants but he needs to make a compromise
Former Manchester United star Louis Saha does not believe Zinedine Zidane is the right person to take over the reins from Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford. Mourinho has come for plenty of criticism from the fans after witnessing the club make their worst-ever top-flight start in 28 years and they are already suggestions that he could be axed in the forthcoming weeks. Amidst this, former Real Madrid boss Zidane has been strongly linked with the head coach position but Saha does not feel the Frenchman would be the right-choice, given United do not have the same calibre of squad like
Louis Saha has been critical of Anthony Martial for his public desire to leave Manchester United in the summer. The French striker has become marginalised since Jose Mourinho came to the club. He moved to United back in 2015 for an initial figure of £ 36 million. Louis van Gaal was the manager who brought him to Old Trafford and the United may have had to pay close to £ 60 million based on performance-related bonuses. This made him one of the most expensive teenagers in history. Back then, the former Monaco player signed a four-year contract with the club.
Former Manchester United star Louis Saha has slammed Anthony Martial for trying to pursue a fresh challenge away from Old Trafford this summer. The France international found himself out of favour under Jose Mourinho during the second half of last season and his agent has recently suggested that he could part ways with the Mancunian giants. In regards to this, Saha believes his compatriot should have more patience in order to realise his ambition with the Red Devils, he said: “I think it’s a shame to see him wanting to leave already. I recognise for example when David Bellion was
Former Manchester United star Louis Saha has hailed the qualities of Cristiano Ronaldo, who has maintained his performance levels despite his trailing age. The Portugal international has already surpassed the age of 33 but this has not hampered his progress on the playing field with Real Madrid. Speaking to Goal.com, Saha has been impressed with the super natural abilities of former United teammate and believes the Portuguese has the motivation to continue playing for many more years to come, he said: “It is just not human what he is doing. The stats are something but just the intensity that he
Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha believes India can potentially produce players of high quality, should there be the encouragement and good infrastructure to play the game. The ex-France international had visited a team store in Mumbai, where he provided a valuable of piece of advice to the football fanatics present. Speaking at the store, he said: “Scouts are always looking for experienced players, so it’s tough even for European players. It’s going to take time for Indian players to understand the game. There needs to be better encouragement and good infrastructure.” Meanwhile, United great Denis Irwin had also accompanied
Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha believes Romelu Lukaku will be more consistent with his performances once he manages to adapt to Jose Mourinho’s style of play. The Belgium international has already crossed the 20-goal mark in his maiden season with United, but there has still been criticism owing to his inability to score against the elite clubs. In an exclusive interview with Reuters, Saha admits that Lukaku has struggled to find his goalscoring form from the early part of the season, but he puts much of the blame on the style of play Mourinho has adopted, he said: “He