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Sources: Man United without Pogba for at least four more weeks

Ale Moreno says Manchester United currently being 18 points behind Liverpool is accurate for their level.
Janusz Michallik says Man United aren't capable of top four after their loss to Bournemouth.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer feels Man United are building confidence after their recent run of good form.
Paul Mariner feels Marcus Rashford needs consistency from the Man United squad in order to be successful.

Manchester United will remain without Paul Pogba for at least another four weeks, sources have told ESPN FC.

The French international broke a bone in his right ankle at the end of September and has been wearing a plaster cast ever since. It will be taken off in ten days' time and the midfielder will need another two weeks of rehabilitation after that.

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Only then he will be able to start training properly, first on his own with a fitness coach and then with the rest of the first team squad. The club are hopeful he will be back before the end of December and the busy Christmas schedule.

United want to be cautious to avoid a further setback, similar to what Pogba has already suffered this season, but the end of December is a realistic aim.

His last game was the 1-1 draw against Arsenal at Old Trafford on Sept. 30, when he played his second match in five days following the 1-1 draw against Rochdale. Before that, he had not played for almost a month after picking up a first ankle injury.

Pogba is desperate to get back into the team and United have struggled in his absence.

He has spent time in Dubai as part of his treatment process but has still been very involved in the life of the team despite being sidelined.

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