Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp was amazed by Paul Pogba’s Manchester United debut.
Not because of his performance - but rather how soon it came after he returned from his post-Euro 2016 holiday in the USA.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Klopp has praised the 23-year-old's ability to reach peak physical condition at the drop of a hat.
“We all saw Paul Pogba,” he said. “He was here, he was there, selfie, selfie, 9,000 of them, all summer.
“And then he comes to Manchester United has, what, two training sessions, and plays 90 minutes against Southampton. You think, how?”
Meanwhile, Paul Scholes says Jose Mourinho got his summer transfer business spot on.
The Portuguese gaffer welcomed just four new faces to Old Trafford ahead of the new season.
But Scholes believes his acquisitions prove he is better than his predecessors at judging what his squad needs.
"The quality of the players he [Mourinho] has brought in, that's the biggest difference,” Scholes told Sky Sports.
"The previous managers [David Moyes and Louis van Gaal] took a risk by playing some players that could have worked but probably didn't work as well as they should have done.
"But he [Mourinho] brought in ready made players. That was what was needed, ready made players for the Premier League. It wasn't the right time for Mourinho to take risks.