MANCHESTER UNITED BOSS, JOSE MOURINHO, HAS SAID THAT HE HAS ‘NO IDEA’ WHEN PAUL POGBA WILL RETURN. HE DID MENTION THAT MARCOS ROJO WILL BE BACK IN NOVEMBER
Paul Pogba picked up a hamstring injury while playing against Basel in the Champions League group match. Due to the injury, he has been sidelined since the 12th of September. While Marcos Rojo ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament in April and has not played this season at all.
The Red Devil’s boss expects the Argentine to be back after the international break. As for the French midfielder, Mourinho said that he is not certain when he will return. It looks like the fans would have to wait a little longer to see their star player back in action.
“Marcos is training with me, albeit with certain conditions, and because he is training with me, I can say I expect him to be back after the international break. I can predict that because he is training with me.
“I have no idea (about Paul’s injury). I am not in control of his recovery process. He’s not training with me. He is on individual work and when a player is on individual work and not in my group, not even in certain conditions, (I cannot predict his return),” said the Portuguese.
This the last week before another international break takes place. If Rojo were to return after the break, the centre-back could feature in the home clash with Newcastle on November 18th before they travel to Basel on 22nd November for their penultimate Champions League group game.