Manchester United Injury News: Pogba, Wan-Bissaka, Shaw Updates!

Manchester United Injury News update on all players, Breaking Sport News reports.

United players will resume training this weekend as they return after the international break. 

Some players have used the opportunity to go on their holidays, and some are currently on international duty.

On Saturday, Manchester United could have some key players back in full training.

Paul Pogba, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Luke Shaw could all be available for next week’s FA Cup match against Middlesbrough.

Here’s the latest injury updates for Manchester United players:

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

The full-back has been unavailable since the new year, and he was forced off in the match against Wolves.

He missed the games against Brentford and West Ham due to illness.

However, he is expected to return back after this winter break.

“Hopefully, he will return to training after the international break,” Ralf Rangnick said last week.

Likely Return Date: February 4th

Paul Pogba

The Frenchman has not played for months now due to a thigh injury during the international duty with France in November.

Pogba has been seen back in training with his team-mates, and that is good news for the team.

Speaking about Pogba, Ralf Rangnick said:

“Hopefully, he could be an option for the games against Middlesbrough and Burnley after the international break.”

All the signs show that Pogba could make his first appearance of the new year next week in the cup match.

Likely Return Date: February 4th

Luke Shaw

Shaw has not played since the FA Cup win over Aston Villa, and pulled out of the clash with Brentford due to injury.

The Englishman has been struggling with an hamstring problem.

Right now, there is no exact return date for Shaw.

However, Jadon Sancho and Victor Lindelof should both be back in the squad when the players return fully this week.

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Sancho and Lindelof missed the win over West Ham due to personal issues.

Eric Bailly could also be in the squad, after Ivory Coast crashed out of the 2021 AFCON tournament in Cameroon.

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