Didier Deschamps thinks Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba needs to stop showboating and do “what is good for the team”.
Pogba has had a mixed start on his return to Old Trafford following his world-record £89million move from Juventus in the summer.
The 23-year-old has scored just two goals in 13 Premier League matches so far this campaign and his national team manager wants him to start benefitting the team more at United.
“He’s someone who is always catching the eye with a move,” Deschamps told French oulet RMC.
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“He can do things others can’t, but he has to also be in the reality of what is good for the team. We’re talking about a young player.
“He’s at a club where he is used in different positions.
“Even when he does things well, it’s never good enough.
“So, you can understand why that pushes him to do things that are out of the ordinary but which are not necessarily useful.”