Man United officials are sweating as Paul Pogba limps out of France training with an injury.


Man United officials are sweating after Paul Pogba hobbled out of France training due to injury.

On Monday, the United midfielder appeared to have a thigh injury.

Manchester United are worried about Paul Pogba’s fitness after he limped out of a training session in France on Monday.

Pogba was seen leaving the training pitch in pain while training with his national team ahead of their World Cup qualifiers against Kazakhstan and Finland.

The 28-year-old was seen walking off the pitch with manager Didier Deschamps after suffering a thigh injury while participating in a shooting drill.

Pogba struck a bouncing ball towards goal from the edge of the area before hobbling away while holding his right leg, according to a video posted to Twitter by RMC Sport.

Deschamps then walked over to Pogba, who appeared to be in a lot of pain, and helped him off the pitch to a waiting car.

While France has yet to comment on the extent of Pogba’s injury, he is a doubt for Saturday’s match at the Parc des Princes and Tuesday’s match in Helsinki.

Following a difficult few weeks with Manchester United, Pogba has joined France.

On October 24, he was sent off for a poor challenge on Naby Keita in United’s 5-0 loss to Liverpool.

He missed United’s 3-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur and 2-0 loss to Man City in the Premier League.

Pogba started Tuesday’s Champions League match against Atalanta, but was replaced after 69 minutes due to his inability to make an impact.

While Pogba’s recent performances have been poor, the injury will be a setback for Solskjaer, who is already under pressure.

United’s next Premier League match is against Watford on November 20, and Solskjaer had hoped that his team would benefit from the international break.

“Players are human beings, and there is no better remedy than winning a game and regaining your confidence by winning a game,” Solskjaer said after Saturday’s derby defeat.

“Hopefully, those who are leaving do so, and for us, it’s all about Watford.”

“The only way to approach and attack this situation is to come out against Watford like a proper hurt animal and get back to what we know we can be.”

“In a nutshell, it [the break]has arrived.”

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