Man United are very worried about the injury of star midfielder Paul Pogba. According to many sources, this injury is more complicated than originally predicted.
Manchester United are eagerly awaiting the return of Paul Pogba, at least on the bench, as the season is entering a tough and crucial season. The French star is out of play indefinitely because of a persistent ankle injury since the end of last season.
Pogba has missed two recent matches of Man United because of an ankle problem and according to Sportsmail, the current injury of the French star is more serious than in previous times. It is known that Pogba’s injury has lasted since the end of last season. Despite returning to play, the 27-year-old midfielder still hurts sometimes and relapses.
The 2018 World Cup champion has undergone surgery in January to completely resolve an ankle injury, but MU medical staff still recommends extreme caution in using Pogba.
Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed that his pupil had suffered an ankle inflammation in a complicated level, causing this player to be sidelined in recent years.
It is not excluded that MU will continue to lack Pogba in the confrontation with Southampton this weekend (9pm, November 29). Even the opportunity for Pogba to participate in the match against PSG next week (3pm, 3/12) is also open due to the relatively slow recovery of this star.
Coach Solskjaer is gradually getting used to arranging a squad without Pogba. The Norwegian strategist is confident that MU will maintain his strength despite not having the service of the French midfielder. Pogba caused controversy when he said that he was more inspired to play when he focused on France, which this player did not have at MU.
However, the level of the former Juventus star is still unquestionable and MU still hopes that one day, Pogba will be revived to help “Red Devils” realize his ambitions.