Going by statistics, the 23-year old has failed to live up to his £89 million (€105 Million) price tag, and its no wonder criticism has been flying from every corner over his inconsistent performances.
Lets face it, when you spend that sort of amount on a player, you expect to see instant results, and that, unfortunately, is part and parcel of the tradition of football.
Pogba himself had an ax to grind with Alex Ferguson and his doubters when he made the shocking decision to return to his former club that barely had a thing or two to contribute to his remarkable development as one of the best young mid fielders in the world in Italy.
It took five games for Pogba to finally get his debut goal for United courtesy of a well timed header against Leicester City, however his performance against the champions was though sublime, yet nothing really special.
In the subsequent fixture for Manchester United in the Europa League against Zorya, the former Juventus star man was anonymous.
Against Stoke City last weekend in the Premier League, Man United needed the obvious spark of their most expensive signing ever but again, he was lacking.
Pogba missed a host of big chances against the Potters. First, he failed to hit the target with two great opportunities in the first half.
He rattled the crossbar very late on in the second half, as Man United dropped two frustrating points at home against a struggling Stoke outfit.
With that hefty transfer fee comes expectations and criticism.
So far, going by stats, Paul Pogba has FAILED to live up to the gigantic price Man United paid for his services.