World Cup winner can leave Old Trafford if he isn't happy.
Ince has been unimpressed with Pogba’s behaviour.
Paul Pogba has been accused of “disrespecting” Manchester United by club legend Paul Ince.
Pogba, who Jose Mourinho made captain for United's victory over Leicester last week Friday, claiming he would be fined if he said what he really felt about his current situation at the club was wrong, according to the former England midfielder.
“You’d like to think that when Paul Pogba went away to the World Cup, where he was fantastic, he’d have come back with a winner’s medal and felt a lot happier going into the new season,” said Ince as the Metro quoted.
“But since he’s come back, he’s been a nightmare.
“As a player, irrespective of whether you’re happy or unhappy, there are ways to conduct yourself.
“He captained United in their opening game of the season against Leicester, played brilliantly, and then came out with those quotes afterwards. I really can’t understand why he’d do that other than to get attention and set tongues wagging.
“Paul Pogba has got too much to say. Mourinho made him captain last week, which is a huge honour and one which he seems to underestimate.
“If Jose really thought so little of him, I doubt he’d have given him the armband. He had a great game, a real captain’s performance, but no-one is talking about that because they’re too busy focussing on his off-field antics.
“I’m just not sure why he’s coming out publicly and disrespecting the club. He’s let himself down. All he needs to speak about is the team and their performances, rather than himself. It shows a lack of professionalism and discipline.”
Barcelona are still looking to sign the Frenchman, and Ince claims the midfield maestro's future needs to be sorted.
“United can’t go on like this for the rest of the season,” he said. “It’s not all about him. It’s about the full team and the fans.
“Ultimately though, Mourinho has the power. He will decide whether Pogba can stay or go.
“But if he’s so desperate to leave, he should just come out and say that and be transparent about it rather than play stupid games.”