Paul Pogba has not been included in Manchester United’s squad for Saturday’s Premier League clash with West Brom after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed he picked up a knock in training.
United boss Solskjaer this week acknowledged Pogba is unhappy at Old Trafford, having started just five games for the Red Devils in all competitions this season.
France head coach Didier Deschamps also stated during the international break that the out-of-sorts midfielder is not satisfied with his “situation” at United.
Pogba was not even named among the substitutes for the encounter with struggling West Brom at Old Trafford and athough Solskjaer said he is not fully fit prior to the game, that will not stop further speculation over the former Juventus man’s future.
Alex Telles makes his Premier League debut, replacing Luke Shaw in the starting line-up after the left-back suffered a hamstring injury in the victory over Everton last time out.
Nemanja Matic comes into the United midfield, with Scott McTominay dropping to the bench.
Presenting our starting XI to face West Brom this evening!
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