Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba could miss one month of action once again, following his recent muscle injury.
The Frenchman seemed rather set to feature against Sampdoria until he picked up a muscle problem during the last training session. As a result, he was not called up for the game.
Fabiana della Valle has reported that the midfielder could be out for a month. He will undergo tests today and understand the extent of the injury. There are fears that the muscle strain could keep him out for about a month’s time, derailing his progress into the team.
The report also adds details into Pogba’s future at the club, with the Bianconeri not said to be happy about the situation of the ex-Manchester United man especially because of how much he is earning at the club. The amount they have invested to sign him is the amount that they refused to hand to Paulo Dybala, who later ended up at Roma and is having a spectacular season.
If there are any more injury issues or fitness problems, Juve and Pogba’s entourage could speak at the end of the season and decide if he will be at the club next season or not.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN