Some top-flight talents have had tough seasons and will need to improve in 2019/20
Some Premier League players have had better seasons than others, it’s fair to say.
Superstars like Paul Pogba often get called out for bad displays, despite also offering up some of the best football at their clubs.
The Frenchman has taken plenty of flak this week for his performance against Cardiff City where his failure to track Josh Murphy led to Nathaniel Mendez-Laing’s second goal in their 2-0 defeat.
Pogba, though, was also scintillating during the middle of the campaign scoring eight goals and laying on six during a nine-game streak, which saw Ole Gunnar Solskjaer get the manager’s job permanently.
Over the course of the season, this averages out at a decent year for the Frenchman with WhoScored.com giving him a rating of 7.31/10 – the best at Old Trafford.
So if he was the top player for Manchester United, who was the worst outfield player? Find out below.
*Only players who have made five starts or more considered
Arsenal: Stephan Lichtsteiner – 6.27/10
Bournemouth: Andrew Surman – 6.33/10
Brighton and Hove Albion: Florin Andone – 6.22/10
Cardiff City: Kenneth Zohore – 6.31/10
Chelsea: Olivier Giroud – 6.43/10
Crystal Palace: Max Meyer – 6.49/10
Everton: Tom Davies – 6.40/10
Fulham: Kevin McDonald – 6.15/10
Huddersfield Town: Adama Diakhaby – 6.08/10
Leicester City: Kelechi Iheanacho – 6.22/10
Liverpool: Adam Lallana – 6.53/10
Manchester City: Gabriel Jesus – 6.64/10
Manchester United: Andreas Pereira – 6.26/10
Newcastle United: Yoshinori Muto – 6.23/10
Southampton: Charlie Austin – 6.27/10
Tottenham Hotspur: Mousa Dembele – 6.38/10
Watford: Isaac Success – 6.32/10
West Ham United: Andriy Yarmolenko – 6.28/10
Wolverhampton Wanderers: Morgan Gibbs-White – 6.20/10