The former Manchester United midfielder was provisionally suspended over elevated levels of testosterone back in September. Pogba is yet to return to action for club or country as he awaits a ban that could rise to as many as four years away from the game. Rabiot, his club and international team-mate, has since lifted the lid on the difficult situation, and has called for a minimum possible punishment.
Speaking to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the 28-year-old said: "I don't know what will happen to Pogba. We always talk. We met before I joined up the national team and we had dinner together. Paul is always smiling and outgoing. I think the situation is weighing on him. I hope he manages to get the lightest sanction possible. Paul is disheartened. He's a great player, a great man. Dealing with everything he had to go through is very difficult for any person.”
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