Manchester United legend, Paul Scholes has hinted at a Paul Pogba exit from the Red Devils. Speaking to BT Sports, Scholes spoke of how Pogba has under performed since his return to Old Trafford, stating that he performs in one match and goes off in the next three games.
Paul Scholes also spoke of Paul Pogba’s relationship with Jose Mourinho which he says is disrespectful. His words: “I think he loves playing football – he’d be out there all day if he could be.
“In my experience of him, he was a great lad. He was a lad who was always willing to learn – it didn’t work out the first time, he went to Juventus and was sensational for two or three years. “He’s come over here – if he doesn’t get on with the manager, I don’t know.
“But that relationship over the past few weeks has looked a little bit frosty. We have seen an amazing player in here, just not at United yet.
“He performs once in every three or four games, which for a United player if you’re trying to win the league is just not enough.
“I thought it was a bit disrespectful against his manager the way he played here [against West Brom].
“I think he’s wanted to come out and create the Paul Pogba show, which is good, which is what you need. But he’s gone out doing stupid things – they don’t win games.
“It’s crazy stuff. Bad passing, it’s so casual. ‘As his manager said, players tried to complicate things.
“He’s not the only one who hasn’t performed as well as he should – I think [Alexis] Sanchez, the great player he was at Arsenal and Barcelona – he’s come in and been disappointing as well.”
Asked if Pogba could leave Old Trafford this summer, Scholes added, “I think he could.
“I don’t know, I don’t speak to anyone at the club but from the outside looking in, it looks as though the relationship isn’t great.
“And when you see a performance like that on sunday you think he doesn’t care what the manager thinks. I think that’s disrespectful towards the manager and his team-mates.”