Pogba was reported to be keen to leave Old Trafford this summer after two years of trying to get away from the club.
"Talking of Jovic brought me to think, ‘why are you getting linked to these types of players?’."
Rio Ferdinand has claimed Jadon Sancho wouldn't get into Liverpool's side "right now" in a boost to Mohamed Salah.
Rio reckons Harry Kane 'is off' while Jadon Sancho should spend the next decade at Old Trafford...
"A lot of people like Liverpool fans will always say, 'Oh that’s because you don’t want Liverpool to win the league'."
Robben won two Premier League titles with Chelsea.
The former Argentina international arrived at Old Trafford from Lazio in 2001 for a £28.1million fee.
"I know there’s going to be a lot of Liverpool fans going, 'oh, Rio, it just because you used to play for Man United'."
"He could play right side of a back three at Man United if they wanted to, I think he’d be brilliant there."
Ferdinand reveals "the one thing" Grealish has over the likes of Maddison.
Crouch and Ferdinand hailed one Liverpool star for a "masterclass".
Henderson has been out for Liverpool's last four games.
Ferdinand claims United's return to the top will be a "slow-burner".
Ferdinand insists the left-back is "proving people wrong".
Pogba has been relentlessly linked with a move away from Old Trafford.
Rio believes Bayern "may have peaked too early".
Rio Ferdinand thinks Chelsea's heavy defeat to Bayern Munich was "an absolute education".
Mourinho claimed there were "no tactical problems" in the loss to Chelsea.
Liverpool have a 22-point lead at the top of the Premier League this season with City struggling to keep up.
Van Dijk's performances this season will put him in contention for the Player of the Year accolade.
"These are the type of things that you want to hear when Manchester United are signing a player."
Ferdinand believes Chris Smalling would be the "first name on the sheet".
"£600million or so spent and probably the four most impressive players this season have been homegrown."
"He’s in a great position but what happens? He doesn’t ancipate it."
Ferdinand is concerned about the direction the club is heading and insists the club need to act to arrest their slump.
Martin Keown and Rio Ferdinand used praise of one Arsenal player to criticise another after their draw at Chelsea.
Their 2-0 victory over the Blades on Thursday saw Liverpool maintain their 13-point lead at the top.
Ferdinand doesn't fancy any of the players United have been linked with.
Ferdinand insists Liverpool won't want "to tempt fate".
Ferdinand believes Liverpool have 'the mentality' to go all the way again.
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