‘That could be Paul Pogba’s last minutes in a Manchester United shirt’: Gary Neville thinks Frenchman’s Old Trafford career might be OVER after he limps off just 10 minutes into Liverpool clash, with summer exit looming
- Manchester United suffered an early injury blow in their clash against Liverpool
- The Red Devils, who were already 1-0 down, saw Paul Pogba pick up an injury
- Pogba limped off pitch after ten minutes and was replaced by Jesse Lingard
- Gary Neville said it could be the last time that Pogba plays in a United shirt
Gary Neville has predicted Paul Pogba might have played his last game in a Manchester United shirt.
The Frenchman limped off with an injury just ten minutes into their Premier League clash with Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp’s side had already gone 1-0 up through Luis Diaz after just five minutes, and Pogba didn’t last too much longer.
Paul Pogba was only on the pitch for ten minutes in Manchester United’s clash with Liverpool
United were forced into an early change when Pogba limped off the pitch with an injury
Pogba’s contract is expiring in the summer and he is widely expected to leave the club on a free rather than sign a new deal.
In his commentary for Sky Sports’ coverage of the game, he said: ‘That could be Paul Pogba’s last minutes in a Manchester United shirt, if that injury lasts for a few weeks.”
United were already going into the game with a number of injury problems in midfield.
Pogba was replaced by Lingard in what Gary Neville said could be his last game for United
Liverpool took a 2-0 lead into the break after goals from Luis Diaz and Mo Salah
Both Fred and Scott McTominay were unavailable for the clash against quadruple chasing Liverpool.
Forward Cristiano Ronaldo is also absent following the death of his newborn baby son.
Pogba appeared to go off with a suspected calf problem, which depending on the severity, could mean he misses United’s final five games of the season.
His injury would be a bitter blow to United’s hopes of obtaining a top-four finish to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
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