Injured, Pogba could miss the World Cup / Italy / Juventus / SOFOOT.com

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Here it is, the sixth episode of the Pogmentary.

No luck. More than ever back at Juventus to rebuild his health after six checkered seasons under the tunic of Manchester United, Paul Pogba sees his comeback turn into a nightmare. This Sunday, the tricolor midfielder left training limping following knee discomfort. After undergoing X-ray exams, the Old Lady announced the bad news in a statement: “These tests revealed a lesion of the lateral meniscus of the right knee. In the next few hours, he will undergo a new specialized orthopedic consultation to find out more. »

If the new reviews confirm these concerns, the 29-year-old could well be forced to pass on the pool table. A possible operation such as arthroscopy – a surgical procedure that Ansu Fati had to undergo in particular, victim of a tear in the medial meniscus of his knee a year ago – could push Pogba out of the field between three and four months of competition. The World Cup begins on November 21.

It could be very (too) fair.
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