Man Utd Hoping to Have Pogba Back Before 2020
Manchester United are set to be without Paul Pogba for “a little while” longer, although Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hoping to see him again in 2019, while Scott McTominay is also facing up to a couple of weeks on the sidelines.
The Red Devils have had a World Cup-winning midfielder unavailable to them since September 30 as a foot problem continues to keep Pogba out of action, although the France international is “improving”.
It remains to be seen when the 26-year-old will come back into contention, with Solskjaer still unable to put a timescale on his recovery.
The Red Devils boss told reporters ahead of a Premier League meeting with Sheffield United on Sunday: “Pogba is improving.
“Obviously he has been out and when you are in a cast for that long you do your muscle, so gradually you have to step it up.
“He has not started on his football work yet so it will still be a little while before we see him.
“He had another test and scan just at the start of the international break and it’s not healed yet.
“He’s gradually now stepping up walking on the treadmill, biking, it’ll still be a few weeks. We hope to see him in 2019.”
For more news follow us on social media @9jatalkative