According to a report from the Daily Mail, Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba may not be back until March 8th in time for bitter rivals Manchester City’s visit to Old Trafford – with these supporters going on to rubbish the news on social media.
Pogba, who has been out for the majority of this season with an ankle injury, having played just seven league games in total, is currently at the centre of a transfer saga over his future at Old Trafford – with the Frenchman reportedly stating that he would like to leave United in the summer (Manchester Evening News).
The 26-year-old started 34 league games for the club last season and was a crucial player under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, scoring 13 goals and assisting nine others from centre-midfield as per WhoScored.com. However, with supporters becoming increasingly frustrated over his future, it appears a section of the fan base have rubbished this report over his return in March – labelling the situation as ‘unprofessional‘.
Will Paul Pogba ever play for Manchester United again?
Find all of their best comments from Twitter down below.
What a shocker, not surprised at all. UTD should’ve sold him in the summer. I can’t imagine Pogba to be in a hurry to return, to risk any further kind of injury. Not like Rashy and McTominay etc.
— marcky (@marcky411) February 13, 2020
I bet he never plays again he will be injured or not fit till the Summer then sign for Madrid and will probably win the Ballon D’Or next year with them
— Dean Asquith (@DeanAsquith1) February 13, 2020
Pogba’s situation is unprofessional and Perez can’t tolerate his behavior in Madrid. Juve way back.
— Sammy Tioteh4 (@STioteh) February 13, 2020
Said it all the way back in November, pogba will not play for us again…..
— Amhed Cabreja (@Amhedcabreja2) February 13, 2020
Back in time to get himself fit for the euros then.
— james bryant (@jim_bob1982) February 13, 2020
He’s never going to play for United again.
— John Dixon (@JohnJackoDixon) February 13, 2020
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