‘Recovery mode activated’: Paul Pogba updates fans on his thigh injury rehab after being sent to Dubai, with the Man United midfielder determined to return stronger than ever after his six-week spell on the sidelines
- Paul Pogba took to Instagram on Wednesday to update on his thigh injury
- Manchester United have sent Pogba to the United Arab Emirates to train in hot weather
- The Frenchman suffered a thigh injury on international duty last week
- The midfielder is expected to miss a minimum of six weeks while on the sidelines.
- Pogba’s contract with Manchester United expires in summer
- His agent suggested that he could sign an agreement with another club in January.
Paul Pogba has given fans a glimpse into his rehab program as he looks to get stronger after his thigh injury.
The Manchester United midfielder is currently in Dubai in a warm-weather training camp after sustaining a thigh injury while on international service with France on November 8.
And the 28-year-old took to Instagram on Wednesday to give an insight into his progress as he faces a minimum six-week layoff.
Paul Pogba took to Instagram on Wednesday to update fans on his thigh injury rehab
Manchester United have sent Paul Pogba (center) to the United Arab Emirates for a training camp in warm weather
The midfielder suffered a thigh injury during training with France last week.
Accompanied with the caption: ‘Recovery mode activated’, Pogba shared two photos of himself, with the second working on a leg extension machine.
Pogba has traveled to Dubai with a coach who is closely monitoring his progress.
The midfielder is determined to come back stronger than ever from his injury as he aims to play a key role for United during the second half of the season.
Pogba is likely to miss the rest of 2021, but is working hard to return as soon as possible.
He started the season in excellent shape for United, recording seven assists in his first four Premier League games.
Pogba started the period well, but his performances with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have faded.
The games Pogba could miss
Premier League unless stated
November 20 Watford (A)
November 23 Villarreal (A)
November 28 Chelsea (A)
December 2nd Arsenal (H)
December 5th Crystal Palace (H)
December 8 Young Boys (H)
December 11 Norwich City (A)
December 14th Brentford (A)
Dec. 18 Brighton (H)
December 27 Newcastle (A)
December 30 Burnley (H)
However, his performances have been curtailed as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team also collapsed and his club career reached a new low when he was sent off for a poor tackle to Naby Keita during the 5-0 home loss to Liverpool. .
Then Solskjaer took him out early during a disappointing performance in the 2-2 draw against Atalanta in the Champions League.
The Frenchman’s contract expires at the end of the season, meaning Pogba could sign a deal to join another club in January.
On Wednesday, his agent Mino Raiola dropped the strongest track so far the midfielder could leave United, declaring that “December is the month of dreams.”
Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, hinted that the Frenchman could leave United in January
Raiola again sparked speculation when he made cryptic comments in an interview with the Italian channel Rai.
He said: ‘December is the month of dreams … and I can’t stop the dreams, but it’s better not to talk about Paul.
“If some former Man United players don’t talk about Paul and me, it won’t work anymore.
‘It’s too early to talk about Paul Pogba’s contract. Let’s see what happens. I can’t stop anyone from dreaming. ‘