Manchester United record signing Paul Pogba, who has played just eight times this season, has been accused of treating his time back at the Red Devils like a vacation.
The 26-year-old has been close to a no-show for United this season so far, as he struggled with injuries that have kept him sidelined for the majority of the campaign.
Pogba, despite missing large parts of season, has still been strongly linked with moves away from the club, after reports claimed he could be interested in joining either Juventus or Real Madrid.
Former United player Paul Parker believes the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner needs to make his way out of the club, and suggested the only reason he re-joined the EPL giants was for money.
"At this moment in time, he is bad for Manchester United," Parker told the Daily Mail.
"He’s bringing too much negativity to the club. His quality is incredible, but he’s averaged about one performance in 10, that’s how bad he’s been.
"I think they need to shift on from him now, I see any comeback now as being very, very difficult. He’s been a bad fit all round.
"When you see (Romelu) Lukaku now scoring loads of goals, he had to leave because he was affecting the club and the dressing room - it was the right decision.
"Pogba's agent says he sees Juventus as his home. He left his home for a package holiday, the package was the big package and now he wants to return – that’s what it seems like."
Pogba has represented United on 150 occasions, contributing to 62 goals and winning two trophies.
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