Man Utd in another blow with Paul Pogba facing up to TEN WEEKS out after picking up thigh injury while on France duty
MANCHESTER UNITED are fearing a Paul Pogba injury blow after he pulled out of the France squad.
The 28-year-old picked up a thigh injury in training on Monday and was ruled out of both internationals against Kazakhstan and Finland.
The Red Devils midfielder was released from international duty and Man Utd's medics will assess the injury further.
He will miss the game against Watford on 20 November through suspension after being sent off against Liverpool.
RMC Sport report that he faces eight to 10 weeks on the sidelines.
United have huge showdowns against Villarreal and Chelsea to come at the end of the month.
The French team tweeted: "Paul Pogba has suffered an injury to the quadriceps of the right thigh and is forced to miss the next two matches.
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"To replace him, Didier Deschamps called on Jordan Veretout."
And United added: "Paul Pogba has been released from the French national team following a thigh muscle injury sustained in training.
"He will return to Manchester for treatment and further evaluation."
Pogba has played 14 times for Manchester United in all competitions this season, and was sent off in the 5-0 hammering by Liverpool.
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