Despite leaving Manchester United nearly six months ago and rejoining Juventus on a free transfer, the 29-year-old playmaker has yet to make his second debut for the Old Lady.
Forced to go through an intense rehabilitation program, there was hope the former Red Devil would make his return soon after agent and heir to Mino Raiola’s throne, Rafaela Pimenta, recently confirmed her star client was on the road to recovery.
That no longer appears to be the case, though, and with Pogba enduring another injury setback, this time, it looks sure to cost him a place at this winter’s 2022 World Cup.
How damaging this could be for Deschamps’ hopes of defending France’s World Cup remains to be seen. All questions will be answered once the tournament kicks off on 20 November, though.