Paul Pogba picked up a hamstring injury throughout their Three-Zero win over Basel within the Champions League previous this month.
Jose Mourinho has remained tightlipped in regards to the midfielder’s situation amid studies he might be heading to Finland for specialist surgical procedure.
The Manchester United celebrity may talk over with muscle-repair surgeon Sakari Orava who operated on Barcelona celebrity Ousmane Dembele final week.
However, Paul Scholes hopes that isn’t the case and fears Pogba’s long-term absence is usually a large blow to the Red Devils.
“Obviously before his injury you could see United were winning, and winning quite comfortably,” he advised newshounds on the Premier Futsal event in Dubai.
“I believe the addition of Matic has helped him and given him that little bit of freedom – he’s scored a few targets already and a few assists.
“He’s taking part in smartly and with a bit of luck his injury isn’t as severe because it might be.
“They were speaking in all probability about an operation as of late however with a bit of luck that’s now not the case and he’ll be again quickly.
“Last season used to be difficult for him however there used to be at all times going to be a settling-in length.
“There had been two or 3 different avid gamers together with him who took a short while to calm down.
“With Matic coming on this 12 months and the opposite avid gamers a 12 months down the street I believe we’ll see the development.”
Pogba has made six appearances for United this season and has scored two targets and supplied two assists in all competitions.