Pogba threatens to miss World Cup in Qatar

French midfielder Paul Pogba, who recently returned to Juventus, has faced the threat of his country’s absence from the World Cup in Qatar due to injury.

Pogba returned to Juventus for the second time this month on a free contract, having joined from Manchester United, who joined him on a record-breaking €105m deal in 2016, but he suffered a knee injury in the first weeks of his second professional career. period. with an Italian club, which could prevent him from participating. At the World Cup in Qatar, four years after he led the Roosters to victory at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Pogba complained of the injury while he was with Juventus in the US and initial examinations revealed he had a meniscus injury in his right knee.

According to the newspaper Corriere dello Sport, later on Thursday Pogba will undergo a medical examination by a specialist doctor.

An Italian newspaper pointed out that Pogba has two options: the first is to remove the affected part of the cartilage, and the second is to completely heal the knee.

According to Corriere dello Sport, the removal of the affected cartilage will keep Pogba out for about six weeks, and if the Frenchman decides to treat his knee completely, he will miss all competitions this year, which will mean his absence from the World Cup final, which was held in Qatar between November 21 and December 18 next year.

Source: agencies

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