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Paul Pogba out for three to four weeks Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirms

Paul Pogba out for three to four weeks Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirms, Paul Pogba to be sidelined for four weeks, Pogba out again

Manchester United wantaway midfielder Paul Pogba is set to be sidelined for up to four weeks United coach Ole Gunnar Silskjaer has confirmed.


The midfielder is said to have a sore ankle and Manchester United will have to do without him again for another four weeks after he just returned from another injury spell.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has now confirmed is not a major one and that Pogba had a talk with his people.

'Paul came back after a long spell out, two games, felt his ankle was sore, we did a scan. Not same injury,' Solskjaer said

'Of course, when you get that scan, you always consult your own medical people as well as I did.'

'Advice was to have it done. Not a major one - three to four weeks.'

Solskjaer also went ahead to explain what he meant my 'His People' after he was questioned about the statement.

'His people? As in when you consult your surgeon and the ones you trust, that's maybe my bad English,' He said

'You have people you trust and speak to. When I did my injuries  loads of knee operations, I had my people in Norway and Sweden I spoke to and Paul has people he trusts, and that's more important.'

'Of course, when you get that scan, we speak to him, you [as the player] consult your own medical people as well as I did when I did my operation.'

'You want the best second opinion and the advice was to have it done. It's not a major one and probably, as I said, three or four weeks.'


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