Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has provided a new update about his injury, MySportDab reports.
Paul Pogba has admitted he’s “frustrated” over his injury problems this season but insists his only focused on getting back together with his fellow Team-mates.
Pogba is still linked with a move away from Manchester United, with many claiming Juventus are still very interested.
Real Madrid and Barcelona have also been listed as potential clubs with both Spanish team showing serious interest last summer.
Pogba remained at Old Trafford, but this season he has struggled with ankle injuries.
MySportDab understands that despite not playing football, Pogba is still in the headlines regularly with his agent, Mino Raiola, making different statements about his future.
Pogba has decided to say nothing on rumours regarding his future at United and instead choosing to focus on being fully fit.
The pre-lockdown Pogba & Bruno training picture we never got 😏 pic.twitter.com/EuyA3pUTeZ
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He’s expected to be fully back before the end of this month, but the coronavirus crisis has resulted in football being suspended.
But Pogba had watch from the sidelines with United trying hard for a top-four spot all season.
The 27-year-old did undergo a surgery earlier this year to fix his ankle problem, but Pogba insists he’s ready and will return once the Premier League season resumes fully.
“I’m already touching the ball and training at home,” he said on Manchester United’s official podcast.
“I felt frustrated, a long time ago. Now I’m almost ready, so I’m just thinking about being fully back and training with the team.
“It’s bad because have never experienced this sort like this in my career, so I always everything in a good way. It makes me eager to come back and perform better. And it also shows me how much I love football.
“You need to remain patient because, well with my injury, I doubt if people really know what exactly happened.
“So It started with a foot injury in the game against Southampton. It was very early this season and so I played with this for a long time, training and trying not to be sidelined. After we checked, I found I had a fracture.
”I then had a cast on it, a plaster-cast, so it went very smoothly but that was another problem.The bone got too big and so when I came back and I played those two matches against Watford and Newcastle, I felt something again.
“So I had to undergo an operation and now here I am back. I don’t feel anything and hopefully, I’ll play very soon.“
Manchester United are currently fifth in the table, three points behind rivals Chelsea in fourth.