He will not play this season again and Paul Pogba might have played his last game for the club against Liverpool on Tuesday night.
Manchester United will face Arsenal tomorrow and the manager has confirmed that some of the players will not be available for selection.
Paul Pogba have been ruled out of the game against Arsenal and the manager has revealed what the doctor told him.
Ralf Rangnick hold his press conference this afternoon ahead of the game against Arsenal and we’ll be revealing everything he said.
Rangnick on Paul Pogba’s injury: “The doctor told me it will take four weeks minimum for him to recover and the last game is the end of May. I don’t think that it is very likely that he will be able to play again this season.”
Paul will not play this season again and he might have played his last game for the club against Liverpool as his contract will expire in June.
Rangnick on injured players: “Scott McTominay will be back and fit to play. He’ll be available for the game tomorrow, the same with Raphaël Varane and Cristiano Ronaldo is available again – he’s been training with us now. All the others are still injured plus Paul Pogba.”
Rangnick on Man Utd revolution: “I mean, it’s obvious there are quite a few players with their contracts expiring. There might be a few others who – although they have contracts – they are already on loan and still want to be on loan or leave the club.”
Rangnick on Erik ten Hag: “I like his football and I’m pretty positive with a full pre-season and having the chance to build and mould his own staff with a new team, I’m pretty sure we’ll see a different team and improvement on the pitch.”.
Rangnick on Arsenal: “It’s a high attacking team with fast strikers, pretty aggressive in the first third, always trying to press and counter-press. I like watching them actually, but hopefully not against us tomorrow.”
“I think they Arsenal drew the right conclusions from what they experienced earlier on in the season. They brought in some young players, Ødegaard for example, they got rid of some players who didn’t fit that style of football.”