"I think he's been a bit individual out there rather than thinking of his team-mates in the first 45". "He's been back a year now and the introduction of Matic is a good buy because it frees him up", Giggs said.
But he endured mixed fortunes during his debut campaign and former United boss Moyes is yet to be convinced if he can make a difference at his old club. I don't know if he's a player who completely makes a difference for Manchester United. "I don't know if Pogba's that".
Carrick, who replaced Wayne Rooney as skipper after his departure to Everton feels Matic can become a great player for United.
As United manager, David Moyes brought in Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini with him from Everton.
"Well, bringing Marouane Fellaini was part of what I hoped he would come to United and play in different games. It would be silly to dismiss Chelsea after the way they played so dominantly a year ago but looking at the teams, I think City and United will be up there and the teams to watch". He was someone that was there, his size is a problem to the opposition, it's also something which helps you, Manchester United you've seen many times now have used him a more advanced role.
Manchester United's record signing, Paul Pogba, broke the transfer record when he signed for the Reds last season in a deal worth around £89 million.More news: Amazon tax bill halved past year to £7.4 million
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The Belgium worldwide, signed from Everton for a reported initial fee of £75 million last month, netted in the second half of his competitive debut in United's 2-1 UEFA Super Cup loss on Tuesday.
The fiery Scot does not think Pogba is in the same league as Old Trafford legends Eric Cantona and Ryan Giggs.
Moyes adds: "I think he's a good player, I think he'll add to Manchester United, but will he make the difference?"
"It's very important for us that our strikers score goals", the midfielder told MUTV.
The Frenchman made a name for himself in Italy though before sealing his mega-money return to Old Trafford. I'm not sure about that.
The Argentina worldwide spent two seasons at Old Trafford and won the Premier League title in 2003 before moving to Chelsea later that summer. I'm 24 now but when you are on the pitch there is no age.