Manchester United's latest training pictures have emerged with good news to Manchester United fans. The struggling red devils have had a big imbalance in their squad after French international Midfielder, Paul Pogba got injured last year, during the international break.
Cristiano Ronaldo took to social media, sharing a photo of the winning team from Monday's training session. The photo had Paul Pogba, who is recovering from a Muscle injury standing next to the Portuguese skipper. Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw, Phil Jones and Donny Van De Beek were also in the winning team as shared by Ronaldo.
Pogba's future at Manchester United is in the air with his current contract expiring in the summer. Manchester United have reportedly offered the Frenchman a new contract but he is yet to commit himself to the Old Trafford side.
Pogba's absence in the team has affected Rangnick's side having made no appearance under the new interim manager who took over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
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