Manchester United midfielder Paul
Pogba has taken to social media to post an update as he continues his
rehabilitation from injury.
French midfielder has not featured for United since their Boxing Day
win over Newcastle at Old Trafford and underwent ankle surgery earlier
in the year.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer initially suggested Pogba
would be out for ‘three or four weeks’ but the Frenchman has been out
for over two months.
Pogba and his United teammates have
been told to train at home during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, with
the club’s Carrington training complex shut for the foreseeable future.
to Instagram on Wednesday afternoon, Pogba posted an update from his
home as he trained with Victor Lindelof and showcased his improved
mobility following his successful surgery.
who was wearing a Juventus shirt in support of close friend Blaise
Matuidi, showcased a range of short sprinting drills as well dribbling
with the ball at his feet.
French international teammate
Matuidi has tested positive for COVID-19, and Pogba addressed his choice
of attire with his caption on the post.
Lindelof wore a
Sampdoria shirt in support of his Swedish international teammate Albin
Ekdal, who also tested positive for the virus last week.
training camp is called….Quarantine PP Arena, open 24/7!” Pogba wrote
on his Instagram update. “Have fun working from home with my brother
“Supporting our friends Blaise Matuidi, Albin Ekdal and all athletes and people around the world.
“Be strong, Stay At Home and be safe.
“(I know the cheeky ones will talk about the Juventus jersey. I’m just supporting my friends… that’s all, nothing more).”