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And with pressure growing on Mourinho after a terrible defensive display at Brighton, Scholes believes Pogba needs to deliver more for the team in the future.
On the Red Devils' £89m record signing, Scholes told Optus Sport after the Brighton defeat: "There's a lack of leaders in the team". Would be sleepless nights to find Pogba a new club @paulpogba'.
United's Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho refused to go into detail about the injury which prevented Sanchez facing Brighton at the weekend, describing it only as a "little problem".
"I think it will be one or two week's maximum", he said.
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Tweeting for the first time since early July, Mino Raiola suggested Scholes was only making such comments to stay relevant, saying that he "wouldn't recognise a leader if he was in front of Sir Winston Churchill".
"Paul Scholes should become sports director and advise Woodward to sell Pogba".
Pogba has netted penalties in each of his Premier League appearances in 2018-19, but a promising display against Leicester was followed by an uninspiring showing in a 3-2 defeat at Brighton.
"He had another really poor game".
"Pogba's playing the ball out of play, he's overhitting passes, he's hitting passes short, he's getting caught in possession".
Sine then, however, Raiola has slowly worked to fix his fractured relationship with the Old Trafford club - notably sealing a move back for his star client in a then world-record £89m deal in 2016.