Red Devils coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed the timeframe that Paul Pogba will return from injury in his pre-match press conference this afternoon. Norwegian manager has confirmed that France international should recover from injury for Man United by ‘early December’.
Paul has been sidelined for a large portion of the campaign, and some fans will be eagerly anticipating the attacker’s come back with hopes he can spark an uplift in form for Man United. Red Devils are sitting 10th in the league and hopes of a top-four finish seem over, even challenging for a spot in the top six looks difficult for the struggling side.
It will be interesting to see if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s hint of an ‘early December’ return mean that Pogba will be back in action for Man United’s mammoth clash with cross-town rivals Man City on December 7. The Red Devils have massively struggled for creativity from all areas in the pitch this campaign, but especially midfield.
The 26-year-old star has the talent to provide the cutting edge from the middle of the park. Though his displays have been mainly inconsistent since his come back to Red Devils, the lack of other options means it looks crucial that the French playmaker gets back to his best once he recovers from injury.
Man United will have a hard time even coming close to their goals for the campaign if Paul looks lacklustre once he returns. Pogba is a regular member of the Les Bleus line-up and also helped them to win the 2018 World Cup which is already a big achievement for the midfielder.