Manchester United are hopeful that midfielder Paul Pogba will be available for their Wednesday Champions League clash against PSG.
The Frenchman was absent as United came from two goals down to beat Southampton 3-2 and has not featured for the club since the international break and according to manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, they expect the player to return to training on Monday.
Paul's ankle is improving. Hopefully, he's on the grass, training today (Sunday). If not, hopefully, tomorrow (Monday). I'm not sure if it takes a long time to recover but hopefully, he's ready for Wednesday,” Solskajer told Sky Sports.
Pogba has struggled with an ankle problem since last season; a setback that forced him to undergo a surgery.
The player has been on the headlines again recently after claiming that he felt free while playing for the French national team than Manchester United.
Solskjær: "Paul [Pogba] and Scott [McTominay], hopefully they can start training with us tomorrow. I don't know, but hopefully." #mulive [mu]— utdreport (@utdreport) November 29, 2020