Paul Pogba labeled ‘big problem’ for Max Allegri and Juventus told to drop him from their ‘payroll’

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been labeled a “big problem” for Juventus and criticized for his treatment of his teammates with his off-pitch antics.

However, the 29-year-old Juventus star has not made a single appearance for the Old Lady this season due to a knee injury picked up in pre-season.

The former United player also ruffled feathers after he was pictured skiing last December despite being sidelined by Juventus.

Now Juventus legend Marco Tardelli has pulled no punches towards Pogba and has raised concerns about his lack of playing time since last April with United.

The former Italy international also suggested that a player like Pogba should not be on Juventus’ payroll and urged Allegri to sack him in the summer.

Speaking in the 90th minute on RAI TV, Tardelli said: “Pogba hasn’t played since April 2022, when he was still at Manchester.

“Now it’s a problem for Juve, we don’t know when he will come back and we don’t know what he wants to do.

“Pogba goes skiing while his teammates are struggling with Juve’s big problems, he doesn’t operate when the club wants to, but he decides the moment because he’s afraid of losing the World Cup.

“Today Pogba is a big problem that the Bianconeri must solve, this situation also demonstrates that Juve do not have clear enough ideas.

“Allegri has to take my place, you can’t have a player like that on the payroll. His behavior towards his teammates is also not fair, it pisses me off.”

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