Manchester United's Paul Pogba is back in the news after club legend Paul Scholes suggested the World Cup winning midfielder doesn't have the leadership skills to be captain and the Old Trafford Club could consider selling him.

This prompted a tit-for-tat response from Pogba's agent Mino Raiola to Scholes, but I think he is stirring it up for any way he can get his player out of the club as the European club transfer window is still open.

He doesn't care who he upsets along the way and I wouldn't be surprised if a club comes in with a good offer then, especially as Jose Mourinho is struggling, United may possibly try to make a bit of money back on him.

Though it's fair to ask that how can Pogba show leadership skills when he can't even control his own agent.

I think he's a bit of a show pony; yes he's technically good but look at the likes of Roy Keane et al who ran the show at United for years and I know to who my allegiance would be.

I know I would rather be watching their brand of football when I'm watching United play and for me, it's all about the player with Pogba where it used to be a team game.