Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will take his Manchester United squad to Marbella for a warm weather training camp on Friday, but Paul Pogba will not be on the trip according to ESPN.
Mark Ogden reports that the United manager has chosen not to include Pogba in the travelling squad for the trip as he he not been deemed fit to train with the rest of the squad.
Pogba has not played for United since the boxing day victory over Newcastle and has since been recovering from an operation on his ankle.
Even if Pogba is still not fully fit, this would have been a good opportunity to reintegrate with the squad ahead of the crucial run in.
Pogba has made just eight appearances for United this season in a season that can be described as a complete write-off in his career.
It is almost inevitable that he will leave Old Trafford in the summer as he would have travelled to Spain if he was still seen as a key part of Solskjaer’s plans.
Ogden’s report claims there is an expectation at the club amongst players and staff that Pogba will not be a United player this season.
While has been a victim of United’s failed ambitions since his arrival, Pogba has quickly become a character of insignificance this season with the United fanbase and not too many will be sad to see him go.