Paul Pogba has asked Manchester United fans not to lose faith, as he promised he’ll come back stronger and better.
The France International limped off the pitch during training, after sustaining a thigh injury while on international duty recently.
Initial tests have said the 28 year old may be unavailable to play again until 2022, but he insists there’s reason to be hopeful.
Speaking in a video he shared on his social media recently, the midfielder said, “Hello everybody, I hope you are well. As you can see, I got a little injured, hopefully it is not too bad.
“I’m probably going to do another scan to see how bad it is. But we are going to come back strong.
“We don’t lose faith, we don’t lose the positive vibe, keep smiling. Everything happens for a reason, we are going to come back. Thank you for the support.”
Pogba will be out of contract with Man United next summer, and will be free to speak to other clubs from next year.