PAUL POGBA should leave Manchester United if he is not happy and committed to the club, insists Old Trafford legend Gary Neville.
The World Cup winner has admitted that he has a tricky relationship with his boss Jose Mourinho.
Barcelona and ex-Juventus are closely linked to Pogba throughout the summer.
But Neville insists that no player will ever be bigger than the club and that's why Pogba should go if he does not want to be there instead of being a "mercenary".
Sky Sports expert Neville told the Times: "Neville, the Pogba expert, would say: 'He's a talented player, but I want to see more consistency and leadership.'
"As a fan, frankly, it's part of me that nobody is bigger than the club and I'm not interested in people looking left and right.
"Well, Paul, if you want to play elsewhere, let's do that for you, because Manchester United are doing well, so do not worry about that.
"The owner in me would do what United is doing right now and say he is not for sale.
"They need to protect their assets, but privately they could make a deal because they want their £ 90 million back.
"If I was still in the locker room and giving personal advice, it would be Paul, it's obvious you want to play somewhere else, but be professional."
"Do not be someone who is considered a mercenary or a mutineer, you do not have to do that."
"So there are four ways to look at it – expert, owner, fan, a personal word."
Reports said Pogbas's agent Mino Raiola had told the midfielder "three years, then Spain," after he returned to Man Utd.
The obvious goal was to move his man to Real Madrid or Barcelona.
But Pogba recently said he is committed to Old Trafford.