Massimiliano Allegri, the manager of Juventus, announced that Paul Pogba won’t play for the club again until January, therefore he is set to miss this year’s World Cup in Qatar.Information Guide Nigeria
In order to correct the issue, Pogba, 29, underwent surgery after suffering a knee injury in the preseason. The French international’s fitness was previously anticipated to return this month, but on Monday after a training session, the full degree of the damage became apparent.
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By contributing to the 4-2 triumph against Croatia in the World Cup final, the midfielder helped France win in Russia four years ago. Additionally, he was a member of the group that defeated Portugal 1-0 in the Euro 2016 championship final and won the Nations League in October of last year.
“We will realistically get him [Pogba] back in January,” admitted Allegri ahead of Juventus’ Champions League opener against Paris Saint-Germain at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday night. Benfica and Maccabi Haifa are the other two teams in Group H.
Allegri added: “This morning, Pogba trained for the second time but then stopped, and it was then decided that he undergo surgery. The World Cup is not my problem, Juventus’s problem is that he comes back in January.”JAMB Result
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