Paul Pogba ‘is being assessed by doctors this week’, as midfielder seems to be returning from ankle injury
Paul Pogba ‘is being assessed by doctors this week’, because courageous Manchester United midfielder seems to be finally coming back from a tough ankle injury
- The United midfielder has only played 71 minutes of football since September
- Doctors are set to assess the Frenchman to see if he can return to full training
- The future of the Frenchman is uncertain with talk about an increasing summer transfer
Paul Pogba will be assessed by doctors at the end of the week to determine if the Manchester United midfielder is ready to return to full training.
The Frenchman has only had 71 minutes of football since he first suffered a recurrent ankle injury in September.
Pogba has been running at 85 percent since his operation in January, but is hopeful that things will go in the right direction when he meets medical staff in the coming days, The sun.
Pogba will be assessed by doctors at the end of the week to see if he can return to full training
The Frenchman has been running since 85 percent since his surgery on an ankle injury in January
If the 26-year-old can fully train again by the end of the month, he can compete to appear in the Manchester derby on March 8.
He shared another video of his rehabilitation on his Instagram account after reports last week in which he ran and swim.
But the future of Pogba on Old Trafford is still very much in the air.
The club could be forced in the summer to sell the midfielder with Real Madrid long-term goals with a valuation of no more than £ 50 million.
Pogba has also been associated with a move back to Juventus, but they are also not expected to splash much without selling first.
Player-agent Mino Raiola has been criticized by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for feeding speculation with transfers.
Raiola recently said that Pogba may not be able to “escape” United and responded to the manager’s comments by saying that his client was not a “prisoner.”
But the officer went a bit back on those comments and claimed that he had no intention of insulting the Norweigan.
“I certainly did not intend to be disrespectful to the club or to (Solskjaer),” said Raiola.
“Paul has a contract with Manchester United and wants to get fit again as soon as possible to be a positive factor until the end of the season.”
The future of the midfielder at Old Trafford remains uncertain with talk about a summer transfer