Pogba has been out since suffering a thigh injury in the 3-3 draw with Everton at the beginning of February.
United has struggled in his absence, having drawn 4 games, in 8 games in all competitions. Ole Gunnar Solskjær gave an update on Pogba’s injury and said, “He’s very positive. He’s working really hard. He knows when he gets back we haven’t got two or three games to play him into form, so he’s working hard on his fitness.”
Pogba’s 2020-2021 season is proving to be another frustrating one for the Frenchman who is yet to live up to his $125 million price tag having scored only 4goals and providing 3 assists in 28 games across all competitions this season.
Juventus has been linked to trying to bring back the World Cup winner to the Allianz Stadium fold whilst his fellow Frenchman, Zinedine Zidane is said to be eager to link up with Pogba At Santiago Bernabeu.
Pogba’s current deal expires in 2022, which means that the Red Devils really need to sell him next summer at the latest if they want to recoup anything close to the £89-million fee they paid for the Frenchman back in 2016.
Pogba is set to return before the end of March 2021.