Manchester United are preparing to face Brentford in the next premier league encounter this midweek. The red devil's were held up to a 2-2 draw by Aston Villa in previous outing on Saturday.
A thigh injury to Pogba hasn't helped the interim boss Ralf Rangnick. Who hasn't been able to involve the 28 year old since his appointment back last year in the month of November.
Meanwhile as United players were in training today in what seems to be a seven-a-side match. Cristiano the 36 year old later posted a picture of himself, Pogba, Luke, Rashford as well as Heaton, Jones and Van de Beek.
The Portuguese international captioned the photo in his Instagram account as "The winners are...". In huge hint that the Frenchman and former Juventus, Paul is now back in training as per the Sunsport.
Pogba made his appearance for United on last year in the month of October in 0-5 humiliation by Liverpool team at Old Trafford. Rangnick is struggling to have a perfect combination in United's midfield. Despite both Scott, Van de Beek, Bruno and matic in the team. But maybe the return of Pogba could bring something different.
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