That is the verdict of former Manchester United midfielder Paul Parker.
Pogba, who rejoined United in an £89million move from Juventus last summer, has so far struggled to justify his world-record price-tag.
Despite scoring in the 2-0 Europa League final win over Ajax last week, the Frenchman failed to make an impact in the Premier League.
And Parker is adamant that social media has become a distraction for the 24-year-old and he insists he needs to let his football do the talking.
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Paul Pogba failed to justify his £89m price-tag this season
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“Pogba sums up United’s problems,” Parker told Eurosport.
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“He is not a holding midfielder. So much has been taken away from his game.
“I think he’s tried too hard to impress this season after that world record £89m price tag.
“He’s been having too many touches of the ball which isn’t really in his nature. He’s also been giving away silly fouls because people are working harder against him.
“He hasn’t had the greatest of seasons. Expectations are high. United have got to kick on, Mourinho has to kick on and he’s got to kick on.
“He can do what he wants with his Twitter emoji, dancing and his hair when he is part of a United side that are the real deal."