Paul Pogba has revealed the details of his injury comeback, with the Manchester United midfielder admitting he is ‘gutted’ about his extended spell on the sidelines this season.
The France international has made just six appearances for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side so far this season following a series of injury problems, the 26-year-old having not featured since the 1-1 draw with Arsenal in September and currently recovering from an ankle injury.
Pogba has now revealed that his ankle remains in cast, though suggested he could be fit to return towards the end of the month.
“I will still be under plaster for ten days. After, I still have two weeks of rehabilitation,” Pogba said during a facetime call with his brother, Matias, live on RMC Sport.
United have struggled in Pogba’s absence and are currently tenth in the Premier League after this weekend’s defeat at Bournemouth, and Pogba admits it has been difficult to watch his side’s plight as he continues to work his way back to full fitness.
“I’m gutted,” Pogba said.
“To see the team lose without being able to play is the worst. I would like to be back to help them but the most important thing is to heal.”