- Paul Pogba has relieved Manchester United of injury scare after showing improvement on his recovery process
- The sensational French midfielder has been out of action since Boxing Day with knee injury
- Pogba trained without the protective boots, meaning he is recuperating ahead of United's next clash
Paul Pogba has given Manchester United an injury boost after the Frenchman trained without using a protective boot on Sunday, February 9.
The World Cup-winning midfielder has been out of action for United for a couple of games in the back having picked an ankle injury in September.
Although Pogba made a cameo appearance in Red Devils' 2-0 defeat to relegation-threatened side Watford last year, he went on to pick up another injury on Boxing Day in December which has him back to the sidelined.
The 26-year-old underwent surgery in January and there is an indication that he is fast recovering ahead of United's return to Premier League against Chelsea.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his boys are currently training in Marbella for winter break, with Pogba responding to the healing process in Dubai.
Pogba joined United in 2016 for a world-record fee worth £89million from Italian side Juventus.
He has, however, been linked with a move to top European powerhouses including Real Madrid and Juventus, though he was ruled out of the potential purchase by Real Madrid recently.
His agent Mino Raiola hinted that the World Cup-winning midfielder will not depart Old Trafford in summer, ending the rumour surrounding the 26-year-old's star future with the Premier League side.
Meanwhile, Pogba and his wife Zulay on Monday, January 6, created a lovely and colourful atmosphere for the birthday celebration of their son Labile Shakur amid his injury scare.
Legit.ng earlier reported Premier League giants Manchester`United have reported given France international Paul Pogba the go-ahead to leave Old Trafford this summer as the Red Devils demand massive £150m.
Paul Pogba has been linked with a move away from Manchester United even before the season started, and the Red Devils'chiefs are now said to be fed up with the Frenchman.
United would have even sold him last summer, but the transfer fee between the Old Trafford landlords and Real Madrid chiefs was not agreed.