Manchester United star Paul Pogba has told reporters that he will return to action before the end of this month or in the first week of December.
The Frenchman has been out of action for more than a month and he is set to spend another four weeks on the sideline due to his ankle injury.
Speaking to French media RMC, the World Cup Winner disclosed that his injured right ankle will be plastered during the next 10 days and he will require at least two more weeks for rehabilitation.
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“I will still be under plaster for 10 days. After, I still have two weeks of rehabilitation. It’s not easy to see my teammates go to training or on the field, but I have to take the time to come back.” he said
This means that the player won’t be available for selection throughout November but he will be back in time to help the team during the busy festive period should everything work out as disclosed by the former Juventus midfielder.
Meanwhile, his future at Old Trafford is far from settled as Real Madrid are not giving up on their mission to lure him to the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in the summer.