With a calf injury that will keep him out for a month, the club’s record signing walked out of United’s 4-0 humiliation at Anfield on Tuesday night.
Pogba’s contract is up, and neither party wants it to be renewed, bringing an end to a dreadful six years at United.
“Paul has undergone a scan,” interim manager Ralf Rangnick stated.
“He is quite unlikely to play again this season.”
“The doctor said it would take at least four weeks for him to recuperate, and the last game is in May.”
“I don’t believe he’ll be able to play again.”
While Pogba will not play against Arsenal on Saturday, Cristiano Ronaldo has returned to training and is available after missing the match against Liverpool due to compassionate leave.
Despite a bomb threat to his residence that had to be investigated by authorities, Harry Maguire will also be available.
“I haven’t seen him since I only learned about this dreadful, terrible tragedy yesterday afternoon and I haven’t been able to speak with him,” Rangnick added.
“It’s just another symptom of the insane society we live in.”
“I feel bad for Harry since he went through such a traumatic situation, but he knows the club and his teammates are behind him.”
“It’s tragic enough that strange things happen.”