Graeme Souness' latest criticism of Paul Pogba is probably his harshest yet

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He never has and never will. Rumours even say that Pogba was furious when he heard the Portuguese manager's take on his World Cup performances.

Pogba joined Juve from Man United on a free transfer as a teenager in 2012 after a lack of first team opportunities.

So, now that Pogba is part of a struggling Manchester United team, Souness has more scope to criticise him.

And United would need to prove they are the best club for him to start the next stage of his career at to fend off their competition.

"Paul Pogba has rejected the olive branch of the captaincy".

"'If you're not happy, you can't give your best, ' he said, after the opening win over Leicester".

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"There are things I can not say otherwise I will get fined".

His comments infuriated club legend Paul Scholes, who insisted that there could be "no defence" for such remarks, with manager Mourinho also taking time to insist that questions about Pogba's remarks should be asked to the player himself. Tottenham's midfielders, Christian Eriksen and Mousa Dembele, were different gravy - players who keep the ball and move it quickly.

Pogba has played in all the three Manchester United Premier League games this season.

This season in the Premier League, Paul Pogba has struggled to find his superb form that helped him to win the 2018 World Cup title with France in Russian Federation.

Pogba was linked with a move away from Old Trafford during the summer and his stock appeared to be rising as he impressed for France during their ultimately successful World Cup run.

Yet, it doesn't appear to matter what he does on the pitch in Souness' eyes.

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