Pogba beat Covid-19, kicking the opening match of the Premier League?

Man United has just received the good news when the main midfielder Paul Pogba has recovered rapidly after the Covid-19 infection. The French star will be an important comeback for the “Red Devils” before the new season.

French midfielder Paul Pogba is the most notable name infected with Covid-19 in a recent month in European football. However, the 27-year-old star had a speedy recovery to suddenly present at the Carrington training center.

It is known that Pogba has completely recovered and he has returned to the Manchester United training ground before a closed friendly match with Aston Villa. Covid-19 infection caused Pogba to be excluded from the list of French players for the UEFA Nations League campaign. Currently, the national team has only the only striker Martial, a player on the MU payroll, remaining.

According to Pogba’s wife, Maria Zulay on Instagram last week, the two quarantined themselves and actively recovered at home. “At home, take vitamin supplements and we are feeling well again” – Maria Zulay shared on her personal page.

It is not clear whether Pogba will participate in the friendly match at Villa Park, but the midfielder’s presence at Carrington is enough to make fans “Red Devils” very happy. Pogba had a serious injury earlier last season, but an outbreak of the disease gave him more time to recover, before he could return in the second half of the season, when MU fiercely competed for the Champions League ticket.

The final victory and won tickets to the most prestigious arena in Europe with great merit of Pogba when the star midfielder played very well with winter rookie Bruno Fernandes to help MU create a pair extremely scary midfielder.

According to the schedule, teachers and coaches Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will start the Premier League season 2020/21 with the reception of Crystal Palace at Old Trafford on September 19. Most likely, Pogba will get back physically to kick in this opening match.

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