Manchester United have been rocked by unpleasant news of the injury suffered by their key player Paul Labille Pogba. The Frenchman was forced off in the first half of Manchester United's 3-3 draw with Everton at Old Trafford on Saturday night.
At that time, the full extent of the injury suffered by Paul Pogba was unknown. All that was known at that moment was that it was a thigh injury. However, after visiting the club's medical center, scans ran on Paul Pogba revealed that the injury was worse than initially thought.
Pogba is now set to face a prolonged stay on the sidelines as the injury will keep him away for a few weeks as confirmed by his coach Ole Gunnar Solksjaer.
Olé told MUTv "It's an injury that will take a few weeks to heal."He's just started his recovery, working with the medical staff and we'll get him back as soon and as safely as we can.
Pogba will miss key matches for Manchester United like the FA Cup match against West Ham United, Premier League clashes against West Bromich Albion and Newcastle and the Europa league 2 legged ties against Real Sociedad. These games are no doubt important ones for Manchester United as they look to secure trophies this season.
Paul Pogba's injury has come at a time an unfortunate time for him. Prior to his injury, he was playing his best football for Manchester United in a long time.
After returning from injury in early December 2020, he quickly picked form and eventually won Manchester United's player of the month for January. His performance in the matches played in that time earned him the award.
Some of the highlights of those classy performances were his stunning winning goals against Burnley and Fulham in the Premier League.
Despite being strongly rumored to leave Manchester United when his contract ends at the end of the current season, he has continued to display good form.
Before his injury, he was no doubt Manchester United's best player in the past month. There is no doubt the team will surely miss his presence in the time he's away.
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