According to the Times, Pogba is the only non-Manchester City or Liverpool star to be selected in the XI which will be announced later today.
But even the Frenchman’s own fans are not impressed with the decision.
Pogba enjoyed a purple patch after Jose Mourinho left United back in December.
But the midfielder hasn’t been able to keep that form up, struggling in recent weeks as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side began to struggle.
And it’s safe to say United fans are shocked to see that Pogba has reportedly been named among the best 11 Premier League players this season.
“He’s the virus. He doesn’t deserve it,” one Red Devils supporter tweeted after the news.
“Sorry but he doesn’t deserve it,” one said.
“I don’t have a clue why he’s been picked,” one wrote.
“Should be nowhere near it, absolute fraud,” added another.
“Penalty kick expert,” a fifth said.
“That’s a joke. He should be no way near it. Turned up for 3 months,” one wrote.
Pogba was again criticised after Wednesday’s Manchester derby, where Solskjaer’s side lost 2-0.
The former Juventus star was ineffective during the Old Trafford clash.
And Sky Sports pundit Roy Keane was pulling no punches.
“I wouldn’t believe a word he says. There is no meaning behind it. I don’t even think he believed what he was saying there,” he said after watching Pogba give an interview.
“He’s on about being a team-mate, if you’re going to be a good team-mate you’ve got to run back when you’re defending. It all got a bit heated after the game against Everton, I heard they were throwing their hair-gel at each other. It got that heated.
“The guy is a talented boy, but we’re saying the same thing over and over again. The number of times we’ve seen him in games where he is not sprinting or running back.
“He’s talking about body language – but throws his hands up in the air. He’s a big problem for United.
“Graeme (Souness) spoke earlier about needing good senior players at your football club. He’s a senior player, played in big competitions and won big trophies. I don’t think he leads by example, from what I see.
“I don’t know what he’s like on the training ground or when they’re travelling, but from what I see. He mentioned body language and pride, but I don’t see it in his performances. My eyes don’t lie to me.”