Paul Scholes is adamant that he would still love to see Jose Mourinho turnaround Manchester United's ailing fortunes at Old Trafford. The Blues are second in the table after an unbeaten start to the league season.
And the United legend - who won 11 Premier League titles, three FA Cups and two Champions League titles at Old Trafford under Sir Alex Ferguson - says that it is Pogba's "switching off" which often costs him.
"I loved watching his interviews, his cockiness".
It can be your manager speaking in riddles for no reason other than to simply amuse himself, or a manager saying this with every single bone in his earnest body: "If you're asking me whether Harry the Hornet, who I presume is the mascot". "I don't think his play outside of the box is good enough".
And Scholes thinks that the calibre of player Pogba is surrounded by at United isn't helping him, as he was joined by much better, much more experienced stars at former club Juventus. How would we be able to get rid of him now when he earns those wages?
According to the latest reports, La Blaugrana superstar Lionel Messi has pleaded the Barcelona transfer board to sign Manchester United's Paul Pogba in the upcoming winter transfer window. "It feels like we have turned into a Liverpool or a Man City", he said. I've been there, being put out wide, and you hate it.
United players are also said to be surprised by the sheer number of pundits jumping on the bandwagon with lazy putdowns "without any sort of constructive criticism". It can be your team's manager claiming to be controlling the brain of one of his players, or a manager having a head of cabbage thrown at him.
"It's more than just about one player, it's more than just about one guy coming in and saving the world".