The season has gone from bad to worse for Paul Pogba following his return to Juventus this past summer.
Less than four weeks since returning from a knee injury sustained during preseason, the midfielder has been diagnosed with an adductor injury following examinations at J Medical.
The Frenchman will miss at least the next 3-4 weeks of action, the Bianconeri hoping he’ll be available sometime early next month.
The injury is just the latest setback for Pogba, who refused to sign autographs for supporters waiting outside the medical center.
Last week, he was excluded by manager Max Allegri for his team’s Europa League clash against Freiburg after arriving late to a team meeting.