Pogba must definitely be sold in transfer market, insists Man Utd hero Parker

Paul Pogba has been a "bad fit all round" for Manchester United and they should cut ties with the Frenchman, according to Paul Parker.

The club's record-signing has rarely played like a man befitting an £89m price tag and his want to quit Old Trafford is in no doubt.

Parker, who won three Premier League titles during the Sir Alex Ferguson era, reckons Pogba has a 10 per cent success rate when it comes to performing on the pitch.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has done his upmost to defend the World Cup winner, admitted recently that the 26-year-old was nowhere near returning from injury.

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And with Mino Raiola doing all he can to manufacture a move away from Manchester the former Red Devil believes the time is right for all parties to go their separate ways.

"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 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."

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Pogba has yet to score for United this season, although he has only played 90 minutes on six occasions due to persistent injury woes.

Real Madrid were heavily linked with his services in the summer but their interest has cooled in recent months leaving a return to Turin as the most likely outcome.

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