Paul Pogba sustained an injury in Tuesday’s 4-0 defeat to Liverpool for Manchester United. He was substituted early in the game.
The manager revealed Pogba’s injury will keep him out for four weeks: “I don’t think there is much chance he will be able to play again,” Rangnick said; Pogba’s contract expires at the end of this season.
However, it will end the six-year spell of Paul Pogba at Manchester United. In his second stint at United, Paul Pogba played 226 games, scoring 39 goals along with 51 assists. Moreover, he also won the EFL Cup and Europa League with Manchester United in the season of 2016/17.
Ahead of Manchester United’s trip to Arsenal on Saturday, Ralf Rangnick said: “Paul, as it seems after the scan we did, it’s very unlikely he will play until the end of the season.”
“The doctor told me it will take four weeks minimum for him to recover. Since the last game is the end of May, I don’t think it is very likely he will be able to play again.”