PARIS, FRANCE - OCTOBER 16: Paul Pogba of France controls the ball during the UEFA Nations League A group one match between France and Germany at Stade de France on October 16, 2018 in Paris, France. (Photo by Matthias Hangst/Bongarts/Getty Images)

For the Manchester United legend, the Red Devils’ star doesn’t have “nobody to control him” as he had in the Italian Lega Serie A

French midfielder Paul Pogba played in Italian Lega Serie A giants Juventus from 2012 to 2016.

There he scored 28 goals in 124 matches played. And then he moved to Manchester United.

In The Red Devils he has had many problems, scoring only 13 goals in 65 matches, but showing a poor-form lately after the 2018 FIFA World Cup

And United legend Paul Scholes believes this is because he doesn’t have “nobody to control him” as he had at Juventus.

“He does some of the best things in games, a great pass or dribble, a great touch or dribble,” Scholes was quoted by Football Italia.

“Then, five minutes later, he’ll do one of the worst things like his brain has switched off like it’s all about him because he’s just shown everyone how good he is.”

“That becomes easy to play against because you know that cockiness will come,” he added.

“Against Wolves, he showed a great touch to Fred but then the next minute he’d given the ball away in midfield, which led to a goal. That sums him up.”

“Pogba was part of a great team but he’s come to United where he’s got nobody to control him like he had at Juventus,” he concluded.