‘We’ll Be In The Bottom 5 By Then’ ‘Can We Just Wrap This Season Up Already?’ Fans Frustrated At United Midfielder’s Latest Injury Update

‘We’ll Be In The Bottom 5 By Then’ ‘Can We Just Wrap This Season Up Already?’ Fans Frustrated At United Midfielder’s Latest Injury Update

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba says he is still some way from returning to first-team action. The 26-year-old has been out with an ankle injury since the 1-1 draw against Arsenal and when he was asked about his progress, the Frenchman replied:

“I will still be under plaster for 10 days. After, I still have two weeks of rehabilitation.”

It seems likely that he is on course to make his return at the beginning of December, and supporters on Twitter are pessimistic about the team’s chances in his absence:


United have been struggling to score goals this season and Pogba’s injury means manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can’t call upon one of his best playmakers.

The France international is likely to miss games against Partizan, Brighton, Sheffield United and Astana while he is also touch and go for the match versus Aston Villa on 1st December.

Fans will be keeping their finger’s crossed that Pogba recovers quicker than expected and is ready to come back and improve the side’s attacking options.