New injury, Paul Pogba confirmed will miss all matches until March

The victory achieved by Manchester United over Real Sociedad is indeed an important victory, but on the one hand we also have to hear unpleasant news regarding the injury to the mainstay midfielder, Paul Pogba.

In the duel against Real Sociedad in the European Champions League at dawn WIB, Paul Pogba actually didn’t play from the start. He was not even included in the squad list after suffering an injury in the match against Everton in the Premier League.

Yes, Pogba was injured again in that match, where Manchester United themselves had to settle for a 3-3 draw at that time.

Pogba’s condition at that time was still a sign of questions, but what is clear is that this injury is very unfortunate considering that in the last three months the performance of French French players has been fairly good.

Well, before the match against Real Sociedad, coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer then revealed the current condition of the French midfielder.

He revealed that Pogba’s injury so far has gone smoothly.

“Paul’s injury recovery process is going well,” Solskjaer told MUTV.

It’s just that, it doesn’t mean Pogba can recover and play in the near future. Solskjaer revealed that the midfielder still has several weeks to go to be completely fit.

“He’s been under treatment, but it will take a few more weeks before he can play.” He said.

The tactician could not give an exact date when Pogba will return to play, but it is clear the player will not play any match in February. So, it is likely that the former Juventus will make a comeback in March.

“He will not play for the rest of February. But he will soon be well.” he said.

In fact, Manchester United is currently in a hurricane of injury, because another midfielder who should be Pogba’s cover, Donny Van De Beek, also suffered an injury.

The same thing happened to the new Red Devils striker, Edinson Cavani, who was injured in a training session. However, the condition of the two players has not been clear so far.

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