Paul Pogba Set To Miss 2 to 3 Months Of Action After Sustaining Injury With The France National Team.

Manchester United star Paul Pogba is set to be out for 8 to 10 Weeks, after sustaining injury in training with France on Monday.

The 28-year-old had joined up with his international teammates as Les Bleus prepare for important World Cup qualifiers against Kazakhstan and Finland before picking up an injury on his right thigh.

The French Football Federation confirmed that Pogba will miss both of the country's upcoming games in this November international break.

"Paul Pogba has suffered an injury to the quadriceps of the right thigh and is forced to miss the next two matches... The France team tweeted.

"To replace him, Didier Deschamps called on Jordan Veretout."

France need just three points to secure World Cup qualification, and will be seeking victory against Kazakhstan on Saturday night to complete that.

Mamchester United also confirmed the awful news via the clubs website: "Paul Pogba has been released from the French national team following a thigh muscle injury sustained in training. He will return to Manchester for treatment and further evaluation."

The midfielder has rencently missed the last two of United domestic league games as a result of a red card he received in the devastating 5-0 defeat at home to Liverpool in October. 

Pogba was expected to make a return against Villarreal on 23rd November and against Chelsea in the league on 28th November.

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