Paul Pogba has spoken out on his current injury and what it is like on the sidelines after missing 7 straight games. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed last week that he does not expect to see the Frenchman play until in December, dealing a huge blow to United’s chances of form recovery.
“I will still be under plaster for 10 more days,” Pogba said on Saturday evening, speaking to RMC.
“After this, I have 10 days of rehabilitation.”
Manchester United won 3 away games on the spin before falling 1-0 to Bournemouth on Saturday, a game which screamed out for a player like Pogba.
“It is the worst (seeing your teammates lose). After, it is not easy to see my team-mates go to training or on the field.”
Pogba himself expects to be out for another 3 weeks before joining full training with the squad. Pogba’s return may fall nicely for United in time for the Manchester derby in December but Solskjaer will be hoping that the Frenchman returns earlier.