Ralf Rangnick, interim manager of Manchester United, has confirmed that Paul Pogba suffered a calf injury during last Tuesday’s 4-0 defeat to Liverpool in the Premier League..
The France international was substituted by Anfield inside the tenth minute of the match following pulling up with an injury and going straight down the tunnel.
Rangnick later claimed the world Cup winner had pulled his calf muscle and made him a significant doubt for the next two Premier League games against Chelsea and Arsenal.He had a calf injury and as far as I know this injury will not go away in one week, this injury will not be like Fred’s. “I am afraid he won’t be available for either Arsenal or Chelsea,” Rangnick said.
Pogba’s deal with the 20-time English champions is likely to expire at the conclusion of June, and he’s likely to depart the Red Devils on a free transfer for the second period in his career.
Man United will conclude the month with contests against Chelsea and Arsenal before beginning May and have a home game against Brentford.
Luke Shaw, Raphael Varane, Edinson Cavani, and Fred continue to be on the sidelines because of injury, but Scott McTominay was again on the bench against Liverpool on Tuesday night..