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Paul Pogba: Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick reveals phone talks with injured midfielder

Ralph Rangnik does not expect Paul Pogba to be fit enough to start for Manchester United in four weeks, having spoken with the midfielder earlier this week.

Pogba is undergoing rehabilitation after a hamstring injury in Dubai but will return to Manchester today and face Rangnik this weekend.

United’s caretaker manager expects Pogba to return to training in about two weeks’ time, although it will take longer to adapt to his new high-intensity style of play.

“We spoke on the phone two days ago or Tuesday. He’s still in Dubai,” Rangnik said ahead of Saturday’s Premier League trip to Norwich.

“He’s supposed to be back today and then we’ll meet in person on Sunday. We had a phone call of about 10 or 15 minutes. He told me he’s better, but he’s obviously not fit enough.”

Rangnick added: “From what I’ve heard it will take another couple of weeks until he is fit for training again and then he has been out for quite some time so it will take another couple of weeks to get him to be match fit.

“In the first instance, it’s that he gets fully fit to be able to train with the rest of the group then we have to develop him physically and tactically to be also fit to play in the Premier League.”

Pogba’s United contract is set to expire at the end of the season, with the 28-year-old able to speak to clubs outside of England regarding a free transfer from next month onwards.

Mino Raiola, Pogba’s agent, said on Friday in an interview with German TV channel Sport1 that there are several options available to the World Cup-winning midfielder including a new deal with United.

“We have many offers for him, including a contract extension. We’ll see what’s best for him,” Raiola said.

Source: Independent

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