- Paul Pogba takes time out to holiday in Dubai
- The Frenchman is not expected back in action until next month
- Pogba autographed his number six jersey for Indian dancer/comedian in the UAE
- The midfielder is still recovering from the ankle injury he suffered earlier in the season
Manchester United record signing Paul Pogba breaks off his injury-recovery process to spend some time in the United Arab Emirates.
The Frenchman has been battling ankle injury this campaign thereby limiting the number of games he has played.
Pogba has missed about 30 matches since he first got injured in September 2019, but his recovery process is taking longer than expected.
He was expected to return to action for the Old Trafford side at the end of last month, he is still struggling with fitness as European football returns to center stage this month.
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Meanwhile, the former Juventus man broke off his recovery session to holiday in Dubai and spend time with Instagram star Just Sul on Monday.
The Indian social media star who became famous for his top-less dances and comedy videos was gifted an autographed Man United jersey from Pogba.
Shantinath Sul expressed his excitement after receiving the gift and dabbed with the iconic jersey number six from the attacker.
Pogba shared the post on his official Instagram handle with the caption: "This guy is just too FUNNY."
The Red Devils star has been training away from the rest of the team ahead of his proposed return in March.
On his part, Sul said: "Man Sulnited! Thank you world champ for signing your shirt on my belly and wish you speedy recovery - your team needs you!"
SunSport reports that Pogba's future at Manchester United remains uncertain with Juventus showing fresh interests in their former player.
The midfielder has only created two assists in just eight appearances across competitions so far this season. His current deal will expire in the summer of 2021.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Paul Pogba is the latest player to be using the AlterG anti-gravity treadmill for his ankle injury as he battles to recover into full fitness.
The France international is looking to recover fully for Man United's showdown with city rivals Man City next month.
The 26-year-old is using the AlterG technology initially invented for Astronauts used in space to prevent bone and muscle loss in space.
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