A hurdle has been falling Paul Pogba’s come back to Juventus. Due to his upcoming surgery, the French midfielder could be out for up to two months. As soon as he returned from Manchester United this summer, Paul Pogba was sidelined for Juventus.
In training, the midfielder complained of knee pain and it has since emerged that he has damaged his right knee’s lateral meniscus, necessitating surgery. Following the completion of radiological examinations, Juventus announced that Paul Pogba has suffered damage to the lateral meniscus in his right knee.
In order to continue treatment, he plans to see doctors and will not come to Dallas. First preseason game: Pogba played 45 minutes and scored a goal against Chivas on his first appearance. After the game, Massimiliano Allegri expressed his pleasure with the midfielder’s play.
Which Matches Is Pogba Going to Miss?
This means that Pogba will miss Juventus’ games against Barcelona and Real Madrid as a result of the end of his pre-season training.
Serie A matches against Sassuolo, Sampdoria, Roma, Spezia, Fiorentina, Salernitana, and Monza have been rumored to be among those he could miss in the 2022/23 season, according to La Gazzetta Dello Sport.
It’s possible that Paul Pogba may miss the first two Champions League games of the season, which are scheduled for September 6/7 and September 13/14. After the end of September or the beginning of October, he will return to the United States.
Pogba will no longer participate in club training sessions as he undergoes further testing and evaluation by club medics to determine the best course of action for his rehabilitation. A Turin-based newspaper claims that the Frenchman will need surgery and will be out for more than a month if Juventus’ Serie A opener against Sassuolo on August 15 goes ahead as planned.
According to the club, Paul Pogba underwent radiological exams after complaining of pain in his right knee and discovering a lesion of the lateral meniscus. Pogba made his Juventus debut in a friendly against Guadalajara on Saturday, his first start since joining on a free transfer from Manchester United earlier this month.
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey’s contract with Juventus was also voluntarily ended on Tuesday, according to Juventus. Upon becoming a free agent in 2019, Ramsey had one year left on a lucrative contract he signed with the New York Jets. After a loan spell at Scottish team Rangers, the Wales international was left out of Juventus’ preseason tour of America.
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