Paul Pogba has removed the bandage on his right ankle and will try to accelerate his return after an injury during the international break.
The French international has not played for United since the draw against Arsenal in September, fighting to recover from a foot injury.
But the midfielder is now trying to accelerate his return after removing his line-up. Pogba posted a video on his Instagram page cutting off the cast on his right foot and he smiled after she disappeared.
The 26-year-old joined Skype on French television over Skype last weekend following United's defeat by Bournemouth to catch up on his injury situation and explain the time frame for his return.
"I'm eviscerated," Pogba said about the outcome in Bournemouth. "To see how the team loses without being able to play is the worst, I would like to be back to help them, but the most important thing is to heal."
He then stated that the cast will fail this week and he would be rehabilitated for two weeks Europa League last week.
"He (Pogba) said it himself," said Solskjaer. "It will not be too long before he is no longer in his lineup and he will work hard during the international break and hopefully be back."
With Pogba injured, Fred has strengthened and impressed for United, including a dominant performance against Brighton over the weekend when Solskjaer hired him as a catalyst welcomed.
"You win by playing confidence, he has not really played regularly," said Solskjaer. "And he dropped us off with his midfielder today.
" We won the ball, had to come after them, [Davey] Right and [Dale] Stephens, we could not get them on the ball and Fred was maybe the one Catalyst.
"Maybe a few fouls that he should not have done in the first half, because that was one of the big occasions ̵