Graeme Souness was in Dublin to attend Paddy Power’s 30th birthday celebrations, this week.
The former Liverpool and Scotland legend was asked his opinion on Paul Pogba while speaking with the media.
“With him, he needs to sit down and look at himself if he wants to get where he wants to be,” Souness told Paddy Power.
“I’m a bit like I’d imagine Mourinho is, where you see someone who’s got so much talent, but not making the most of it.”
Souness, himself, is widely regarded as one of the best midfielders to ever play at the top level in England. He also spent some time with Sampdoria in Serie A before returning to Rangers so he could finish his playing career in Scotland.
Souness is well known for the constant concerns he has with the performances of Paul Pogba.
“There’s a player in there, but I don’t think he’s getting the most out of himself. It’s criminal. I think he has to change.” He continued.
“The guy who works with him every day is not seeing eye-to-eye with him, so he’s not happy with him.
“I imagine he’d see it exactly the same way that I would: you’ve got a young man who’s got the potential to be the very best of his type in the game, but right now it’s not happening for him.”