“In the first instance now, it is important he [Pogba] gets fully fit in order to be able to train with the rest of the group. And then we have to develop him physically and technically to also be fit to play in the Premier League.”
While Rangnick waits to meet Pogba in person, he’s gotten to know the rest of the United squad better with more time on the training pitch this week.
“I’ve got to know them better in this week,” Rangnick responded when asked about his potential January transfer plans.
“I saw most of them play in the two games and had three, four or five training sessions this week, but it’s still too early to speak about what might happen in the winter transfer window.”