Paul Pogba is expected to be sidelined for up to six weeks with a knee injury, but he insists ‘all will be fine’.
Pogba suffered an injury to his knee early into Manchester United’s 3-0 Champions League win over Basel on Tuesday.
The Frenchman was seen leaving Old Trafford on crutches, and is now expected to miss up to six weeks with the injury.
United have not released an official statement confirming a timescale, but the BBC, the Manchester Evening News and a number of other outlets report that medical staff believe he will be out until October.
The midfielder is certain to miss Sunday’s meeting with Everton, as well as games against Burton, Southampton, CSKA Moscow and Crystal Palace.
He could potentially target a return against Liverpool on October 14 in United’s first game after the international break, but that may prove too soon.
Pogba issued an update to fans on Instagram.