Zlatan on the two key players at Man United

BSC Young Boys v Manchester United - UEFA Champions League Group H
BERN, SWITZERLAND - SEPTEMBER 19: Paul Pogba of Manchester United celebrates the second goal for Manchester with his teammates Marcus Rashford of Manchester United and Diogo Dalot of Manchester United during the Group H match of the UEFA Champions League between BSC Young Boys and Manchester United at Stade de Suisse, Wankdorf on September 19, 2018 in Bern, Switzerland. (Photo by Christian Kaspar-Bartke/Getty Images)

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has advised Manchester United to build their future around two key players in Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford.

The resurgence of Pogba and Rashford under interim manager Solskjaer may have prompted Zlatan to make this call considering how they have both lifted United to challenge for the Champions League positions.

Both players combined on multiple occasions to win games for the Red Devils- reminiscent of the Spurs game where Pogba’s pass to Rashford sealed the winner.

And the former United man feels other quality additions to the squad should get behind both Pogba and Rashford because they both have the world at their feet.

“I think Paul Pogba has the potential to be the best player in the world in his position,” Zlatan explained, speaking during a special sit down interview in Los Angeles via the Daily Mail.

“He is a good guy, he trains hard, he listens, he wants to become better, he wants to win. He wants to perform in every game.”

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Zlatan also responded to the criticism meted out on Pogba due to his inconsistent form in the past by saying it’s only a phase in the player’s career.

“Things happening outside do not really bother him because when you are at that level, everyone will speak. Positive, negative, in between, everybody.

“Rashford is the future of Manchester United. In the beginning, I saw him more as an individual – now he is playing more for the collective. He is using his quality more for the team, not for himself only.

“He has big potential and a big future with United and the special thing is that he comes from the academy. I think he has no limits.”

Solskjaer’s men will now channel their energy to secure a top-four spot as they aim to go all the way in the Champions League following their F.A Cup exit to Wolves.

They will need Pogba and Rashford to drag the team on to more success stories in the remainder of the campaign.

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