Pogba’s future at Manchester United remains in doubt following a number of incidents this season, including criticism of team tactics, his demotion as deputy captain and a training ground argument with boss Jose Mourinho.
However, the Frenchman did help the Red Devils come from behind to beat Newcastle 3-2 on Saturday.
Pogba has now linked up with his national side ahead of their international fixtures this week against Iceland and Uruguay.
And while on France duty, Pogba decided to get a fresh new trim.
He uploaded a snap of his superhero inspired new do on Instagram with the caption “Pogflash” accompanied with two lightning bolt emojis.
Pogba is well-known for his extravagent and outlandish haircuts but his new on hasn’t gone down too well with Manchester United supporters.
“This clown need to get off social media and concentrate on his football!” one fan fumed.
Another fan said: “Sort your attitude out man and STOP disrespecting Man United.. Focus on Football and let your skills do the taking and for once your life be discipline and Responsible…”
“This boy stop designing your hair cos anytime you design your hair, your performance go down,” a third supporter slammed.
A fourth furious supporter commented: “Maybe if u worried about the football side instead of how you look, you might have a good game for once.
“You’re playing like a league 2 player but for real you need to play like a Paul Scholes or a Ryan Giggs, Sir Alex was right to get rid of you, you’re too cocky and do nothing on the pitch.”
Amid his problems on and off the field at Manchester United, Pogba has been urged by France and Arsenal legend Robert Pires to not speak to boss Mourinho and just focus on playing football.
“For Paul Pogba, the best is to say nothing,” Pires told Reuters.
“He’s a great player. If Man United paid a lot of money for him, it’s because he’s a good player.
“His relationship with the manager may not be so good but he’s a professional.
“It’s very important for him to be focussed on Man United, on the pitch.
“Now say nothing, play football and walk out – that’s my advice for Paul Pogba.”