Liverpool-Manchester United: Pogba out of injury for his potential last England derby

Paul Pogba was injured in the first minute of the 30th Premier League clash between Manchester United and Liverpool on Tuesday. The French midfielder was almost immediately replaced by Jesse Lingard.

That’s why Paul Pogba will not be able to finish any of the two matches against Liverpool in the Premier League this season. Kicked out of the first leg during Manchester United’s defeat at Old Trafford (0-5) in October, the French midfielder left the lawn just minutes later on Tuesday during a controversial setback at Anfield during the Premier League’s 30th day . In the wake of the start of the score on the counter-expression by Luis Diaz and the beautiful tribute to Cristiano Ronaldo, the 2018 world champion called for his change.

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Pogba’s hazy future

Forced to perform after what looked like a calf muscle injury for “La Pioche”, Ralph Rangnick attempted a tactical move with the entry of Jesse Lingard in place of Paul Pogba.

The 29-year-old Frenchman was unlucky for what should be his last derby in England. Free next June, Paul Pogba will leave Manchester United at the end of his contract despite a huge salary offer that would have caused talks in the Mancunian locker room.

Paul Pogba leaving the pitch during Liverpool-Manchester United
Paul Pogba leaving the field during Liverpool-Manchester United © The Indian Paper

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Highly criticized across the channel, the French midfielder has no shortage of courtiers but must first hone his position and his physique. It remains to be seen whether Paul Pogba will play in the Red Devils jersey again this season. Manchester United still have five Premier League games to try to finish in the top 4 and thus get their ticket to the next Champions League.

Due to his injury against Liverpool on Tuesday evening, Paul Pogba may have played his last minutes with Manchester United. It would be a sad ending for anyone who returned through the front doors of England in 2016.

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