Paul Pogba banned for Man Utd's league opener

Paul Pogba banned for Man Utd's league opener

- Paul Pogba is banned for Manchester United's clash against Bournemouth 

- Pogba got two yellow cards at the tail end of the Coppa Italia in Italy 

- The Frenchman is available for United's next game against Southampton 

Manchester United's Paul Pogba is banned for the club's season opener against Eddie Howe's Bournemouth.

The FA announced that the midfielder will miss the season opener alongside club teammate Chris Smalling, Tottenham's Moussa Dembele and Robert Huth of Leicester City.

Paul Pogba banned for Man Utd's league opener
Paul Pogba at Manchester United's AON training base

 

The 23-year-old's two bookings in last season's Coppa Italia, in the win over Inter in March and the final against AC Milan in his final outing for Juventus, has been transferred across to England.

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Pogba only recently returned from holiday, having helped France to the final of Euro 2016.

Source: SportsBrief.com