Paul Pogba has not played for Manchester United since Boxing Day but he is expected to return back to full fitness pretty soon.
Ole had recently said: “It’s hard to put timescales on long-term injuries, because they also need the training before they’re injury-free and they need to be match fit, or fitter, to be able to play.
“Paul has had his cast off and Scott’s took his braces off, so at least now they can start doing work on the grass soon.
“It is a long season. Overall, during every season, every team has injuries and we have been hit badly this year and we have felt the lack of numbers.
“But when everyone is back, the competition for every place is big and hopefully we will have two games every week.”
Now though as per reports, the midfielder is expected to be fit just in time to play the Manchester Derby in March.
Man United welcome their city rivals to Old Trafford on the 8th of March and as per the updates, Paul Pogba could be fit for this high-profile game since he is expected to start outdoor training at Carrington in a fortnight’s time.
This will surely be a big boost for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer since Pogba has played in only seven Premier League games for Manchester United this season as most of the time he has been out with injuries.
But having said that before the Manchester Derby, Man United will take on the likes of Everton and Chelsea in the league and Ole will be hoping that new signing Bruno Fernandes can provide the creative spark in these matches.