'Same mistakes over and over again' – Paul Pogba has not learned anything in six years at Man Utd, blasts Paul Scholes

PAUL SCHOLES says Paul Pogba has not learned anything in his six years back at Manchester United.

The French midfielder was an academy graduate at the club but left to join Juventus where he won four titles before returning to Old Trafford in a club record £89million move.

But while he won a World Cup during his time with the club his performances for United have been poor.

United legend Scholes told talkSPORT Breakfast: “I was there when he was a kid and this lad has got absolutely everything you would want in a footballer and a midfield player.

“His physique, he can run. I just don’t think he’s ever learned as a footballer, he constantly seems to make the same mistakes over and over again.

“It’s disappointing, it looks like he’s going to leave.”

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Pogba’s contract runs out at the end of the season and after getting injured in the defeat to Liverpool at Anfield he looks to have played his last game for the Red Devils.

The fans have turned on him with chants of ‘f*** off Pogba’ when he was subbed against Norwich.

But while his time back at United has been a huge disappointment Scholes still believes the 29-year-old can prove himself again elsewhere, with French champions PSG leading the race for his signature this summer.

Scholes said: “He’ll go somewhere, a manager will get a grip of him, and I think he’ll do really well, as he did at Juventus.

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“For some reason, at Man United, it hasn’t worked out. It’s a big disappointment. You see what he does with France.

“People see him the wrong way. He’s a nice lad, he wants to work and learn.

“I hope he goes on and does really well. We all know he’s got the ability and talent to be world class.”

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