Paul Pogba has done what he does best: delight his observers with his sheer ball skills. This time it was his new boss Ralf Rangnick at training.
As Futaa reported this week, the 28-year-old Pogba has returned to training after a two-month injury setback.
The return to the training pitch meant his new boss Rangnick was to have a first close look at the French midfielder in training.
According to Rangnick, what Pogba displayed was nothing short of magical.
“Well it was the first training session yesterday after two-and-a-half months of injury and in this training session he showed, in every moment, when we played 6v6 or whatever we did in the rondos, that he’s an extraordinary player and that he can give a lot of positive input into the team if he’s fully focused,” Ralf told the club’s media.
“What I saw in training yesterday was amazing: a very good standard of performance physically, emotionally and technically.
“Now it’s about showing that and having that transfer on to the pitch once he’s fully available,” the German concluded.
Up next for United is the trip to Brentford on Wednesday night.