Paul Pogba tells Manchester United fans he’s ready for a scan soon to see how bad his thigh injury is
Paul Pogba tells Manchester United fans that he is scheduled for a scan in the next few days to find out how bad his thigh injury is as he shows off his crutches … amid fears that he will be out for the rest of the year. in a hit to Ole. Gunnar Solskjaer
- Paul Pogba cut an optimistic figure in an Instagram update about his injury
- The midfielder injured his right thigh in a shooting exercise in France’s service
- It is feared that he will miss the rest of the year at Manchester United
Paul Pogba has told Manchester United fans that he will undergo a scan in the next few days to find out exactly how long his thigh injury will knock him out of the game.
The 28-year-old was filmed pulling up in a France training after kicking a ball in a shooting exercise and the French Federation later revealed that he had injured his right thigh.
It is feared that he may keep Pogba out for the rest of the year, but the Frenchman showed an upbeat figure in an Instagram post Tuesday night.
Paul Pogba has told fans that he is scheduled for a scan in the next few days after injuring his right thigh.
Pogba has retired from duty in France after injuring himself in training with his national team
He suffered the injury during a one-on-one shooting exercise at his Clairefontaine training base.
“ Well, as you can see, I was injured a little bit, hopefully not so bad, I’ll probably do a scan in the next few days to see how bad it is, ” Pogba said, with the noise of the crutches in the background .
‘Yes, we are here, but we will come back strong, you know, we do not lose faith, we do not lose the positive vibe, keep smiling.’
‘Everything happens for a reason, we are still blessed and we are going to come back and continue like this, that’s right, thank you for the support, all love, we will be back soon.’
A period on the sidelines would be yet another blow to pressure coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who is enduring increasingly intense scrutiny after Saturday’s 2-0 loss to rivals Manchester City.
As he fired, Manchester United man Pogba immediately stopped, uncomfortable.
French coach Didier Deschamps (right) approached to control the affected midfielder
Pogba was already set to miss his next match after the international break, against Watford, due to his three-match suspension after being sent off in a 5-0 loss to Liverpool.
But his absence from a grueling December schedule would be a huge success for United.
Pogba has already retired from the France team for his next matches against Kazakhstan and Finland.