"United should have sold Pogba, not Lukaku"

Manchester United should have sold Paul Pogba in the summer, not Romelu Lukaku.

At least that's the opinion of Sky Sports expert John Hartson, who told the Debate program that Lukaku's goals are too valuable to get rid of. United sold the Belgian in the summer for around 74 million pounds at Inter Milan, but clung to Pogba despite the interest of Real Madrid.

And Hartson thinks they got it wrong.

"I still think that Man United has a lot of problems.

"You look at Pogba, for me I think he (Solskjaer) probably sold the wrong player.

"I sold Pogba, Lukaku thought. At least with Lukaku he gets you goals.

"He worked at Everton for three years and was with Man United for 18, 20 years.

"I think Pogba is saying everyone at the moment:" He shows a good attitude, he shows a great attitude. "

"To show a good attitude at Manchester United.

"I think he plays almost 75 percent and that does not help [Scott] McTomay, trying to make a name for himself in the game.

"A young Scottish midfielder moves up and down."