Paul Pogba’s knee injury is expected to keep him out for a considerable amount of time. His injury may prevent him from competing in the World Cup, which will be held in Qatar in November or December 2022, according to reports.
Pogba will have to decide whether to proceed with the surgery before the World Cup, Foot National revealed. The World Cup will be out of the question for him if he decides to proceed with the surgery, which will keep him out for at least four months.
He would only be out of action for two months and would be ready for the World Cup if he chose not to go with the procedure. However, the implications of such choice can result in a recurrence of the injury and a protracted term of disability.
According to sources from Juventus, they want Pogba to go with the procedure, which will keep him out for nearly the whole 2022–2023 season.