Paul Pogba’s long term injury could force Manchester United to look into the market for a new man, Tuttosport reports today.

But that’s not a midfield replacement the Italian newspaper is talking about. They claim that according to sources from the club, a specialist doctor could be hired to work with the player.

Manchester United would like someone to make a full analysis of how Pogba’s body works, since they believe that the midfielder’s posture could be the reason for his last hamstring issue.

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Tuttosport claims that the professional would be basically a ‘running trainer’, with the job to improve the player’s movements so he won’t keep damaging his body parts with the ‘peculiar’ way he walks.

Although the English press has claimed that Pogba’s basketball games could be a concern, the Italian outlet writes that their ‘British colleagues love written novels’, implicating that this information would be a lie. Which is a bit rich.

According to Tuttosport’s story, Pogba should be out for at least two more months, and only return during the Christmas period. That means he would miss the season’s first derby against Manchester City in early December.