Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is having a rough start to the New Year as the Manchester United coach will now be without Paul Pogba again as well as Scott McTominay.
Paul Pogba who cost Manchester United a record $117 million in 2016 will now undergo foot surgery that will see him sidelined for at least three or four weeks.
Pogba has only played in 8 games this season having only made it back to the pitch in December when Man Utd played Watford.
Although Man Utd lost the game, Pogba’s influence when he came in as a substitute, was a game-changer for manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side
This surgery now means that Manchester will now have to face the likes of Man City and Liverpool without him.
Scott McTominay will also be out for up to 8 weeks due to a knee ligament injury sustained from Manchester’s game with Newcastle on Boxing Day.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is going to have a tough time as he faces the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City without a strong midfield. He may have to look towards investing in some new midfield talent during the January transfer period.