Paul Pogba will miss the beginning of France’s Euro 2024 qualifying marketing campaign after being dominated out for a number of weeks with a muscle tear.
Juventus have confirmed that the 29-year-old midfielder, who has made solely two appearances for the Serie A membership this season, has suffered an adductor damage and studies have urged he might be sidelined for round three weeks.
The World Cup runners-up are because of kick-off their Group B fixtures in opposition to the Netherlands on the Stade de France on Friday, March 24, earlier than heading to Dublin to face the Republic of Ireland three days later.
A press release on Juve’s official web site mentioned: “This morning (Monday), Leonardo Bonucci and Paul Pogba underwent instrumental tests at J|Medical.
“Bonucci suffered a blunt trauma to his left leg and his conditions will be monitored daily, meanwhile Paul Pogba suffered a low-grade tear to his right thigh adductor.
“He has already started with the rehabilitation process aimed at resuming competitive activity.”
Pogba, who left Manchester United in July final yr to rejoin Juve, suffered a knee damage throughout pre-season and ultimately needed to bear surgical procedure to deal with the issue, sitting out the his nation’s World Cup defence in Qatar because of this.
He made his first look of the season as a second-half substitute in a 4-2 league victory over Torino on February 28 and was used as soon as once more from the bench in final Sunday’s 1-0 defeat at Roma.
However, he didn’t make the squad for this weekend’s 4-2 win over Sampdoria, with supervisor Massimiliano Allegri later confirming he was injured.