June 02, 2015 14:44:32 UK
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba will go on to even bigger and better things according to France national team head coach Didier Deschamps.
The 22-year-old has been a big hit since moving to Turin from Manchester United in the summer of 2012 and has helped Juve to three Italian league title.
In my opinion he will do even better in the future.
This season they have already clinched Lo Scudetto and the Coppa Italia and have a chance to complete a notable treble when they face Barcelona in the Champions League final in Berlin on Saturday.
And Pogba has played a major role in those successes and Deschamps is confident that there is still more to come from a player who has already won more than 20 caps for Les Bleus.
He told reporters: “Often when you ask me about Paul Pogba it’s to speak about his weaknesses. I’d rather speak about his abilities.
“Paul is doing a lot of great things. He’s only 22. That’s great to be able to achieve what he is currently doing at such a young age.
“In my opinion he will do even better in the future. A lack of focus during a game is a problem that other players may also have to face.
“Between what he does well and what he does wrong, the most important part is what he is doing well.”
France can be backed at 5.00 to win Euro 2016 on home soil, with Germany 4.00 and England available at 12.00.
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