Disaster for the Blues?

Hit in the right knee in training on Monday with Juventus Turin, Paul Pogba may have to go through the operation box, which would cause him to miss the World Cup this fall.

The season has not started yet but Didier Deschamps is already trembling for one of his executives. Back to the Juventus this summer, Paul Pogba injured his right knee during training earlier this week. The tricolor international would suffer from a meniscus injury, the Old Lady quickly announced, adding that his player had to undergo new examinations to determine the exact nature of this injury and the duration of the unavailability.

Since then, the Bianconeri have remained silent and maintained the vagueness. To believe the Gazzetta dello Sport, the Piedmontese club would push for their midfielder to have surgery, considering that this solution is the safest for the former Mancunian. An option that would have everything from the disaster scenario for the France team. Because a passage through the operation box would be synonymous with four months of absence, which would automatically make him miss the World Cup in Qatar, which will take place from November 21 to December 18. If so, his return would not be expected before 2023.

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A possible absence of Paul Pogba would be a terrible blow for the Blues in general and for Didier Deschamps in particular, the coach having never ceased to maintain his confidence in the native of Lagny-sur-Marne despite his difficulties with the Red Devils. The France team has nevertheless had the opportunity to learn to compose without its midfield leader as the latter has multiplied the absences in recent months…

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