The newcomer will choose a five-week program instead that will get him back on the field.
Paul Pogba’s knee injury sustained during Juventus preseason won’t require surgery. He was forced to miss the club’s tour of the United States due to a problem with his lateral meniscus, thus he is still expected to spend some time on the sidelines.
Pogba will be out for at least the opening few weeks of the Serie A season as he recovers and receives medical attention.
He returned to Juventus from Manchester United earlier this summer on a free transfer.
Pogba’s plan for his injury
Pogba will now start a five-week program to get ready for his postponed Juventus return rather than having surgery.
The Frenchman will get conservative therapy in an effort to accelerate his recovery, with the first stage of that recovery involving rehab in the gym and swimming pool.
He will then return to the pitch in the second part to finish his individual preparations before eventually entering the field again.