Since trading Liverpool for Barcelona, Suarez has gone on to enjoy huge success in the form of three La Liga titles, a quartet of Copa del Rey trophies, and the Champions League, and he'll no doubt add to his ever-expanding collection by the time the season is out - will Pogba be by his side in the New Year?
Pogba was made captain for the opening match of the season against Leicester, but following that clash, he refused the opportunity to end talk of his unhappiness, stating: "There are things and there are things that I can not say otherwise I will get fined".
"We had a lot of chances in both halves and if it had been five or six I don't think anyone could have argued".
United are odds-on with GentingBet to win at Burnley on Sunday and three points are badly needed to relieve the pressure on the under-fire Portuguese after a shocking 3-0 home loss to Spurs on Monday. "We will see in March where we are, because in March, you can see who is fighting for the title, who is not, who is fighting to be in the top four".
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Even so, Barcelona won the domestic double last season, despite losing out to Roma in the quarter-finals of the Champions League . He was also instrumental in Croatia's campaign, taking them to the finale of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation .
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"Pogba is an elite player who has won everything and we always want to have the best", Suarez told RAC1 on Tuesday.
"I am aware the day I do not have the level to play for Barca I would have to leave but the desire of every player is to end here". But even against that big team, we are going to try to win. I'm happy and I'm looking forward to playing more and more.
"I know what I have to do", the Belgian added.
"I always said to my players before they went: "While you're on worldwide duty do not comment about the football club, just concentrate on your country and don't contribute anything that may end up being controversial".