Didier Desam must be stressed. Qatar may be sitting on a new table with France’s midfield at the World Cup. Before Paul Pogba got injured, Desham’s account was the same. And now the dubieties about Pogba’s chances of playing in the World Cup in Qatar are growing, the trainer of the French public platoon must have prepared a’ Plan B’.
Pogba returned to Juventus after spending six seasons at Manchester United. The French midfielder returned to the Italian club on a four- time deal on July 11. He also injured his knee in Juventus training in Los Angeles. In the morning, the injury didn’t feel so serious, but latterly it came given that Pogba will have to be out of the field for a long time.
Pogba played a pre-season friendly for Juventus. He limped off the practice field after injuring his knee. The injury didn’t feel so serious also. The 29- time-old star has injured the meniscus of the knee.
” Pogba passed a radiological examination after reporting pain in his right knee,”
Juventus said in a statement. Tests showed he’d a meniscus injury. He’ll be kept under the supervision of experts for the coming many hours. Treatment will also continue. He’ll not be taken on the trip to Dallas. Now the question is, how numerous days will Pogba be out of the field? At first it was known that he’d have to stay out of the field for a outside of three weeks. At that time, it was allowed that Pogba might not be suitable to catch the launch of the Italian SerieA.
Football news websitegold reported that Pogba will face surgery after farther examination of the injury. According to Italian review La Gazzetta dello Sport, Pogba has two options to recover from this injury. One treatment is to remove part of the meniscus from Pogba’s right knee. Pogba will surely be out of the field for two months. After that, it’ll take some further time to recover and return to the game.
still, one problem with this surgery is that it’s substantially for youthful people and has problems with rapid-fire movement. That is, this surgery isn’t so accessible for footballers. Another treatment system is to fissure the meniscus injury. It takes four to five months to recover from this surgery. The World Cup will start on November 21 in Qatar. According to Mail Online, the 2018 World Cup winner will consult a specialist before concluding for any surgical procedure.