Paul Pogba arrives for training showing the phone case with his photo while the Manchester United star makes an offer to overcome the "little injury" before the derby showdown at Etihad
- Paul Pogba returned to training on Saturday before the Manchester derby
- The united talisman has struggled with a "small injury" in view of the attack
- Pogba arrived at the base of the club's Carrington in a Rolls Royce with driver
- The French has revealed his phone case, which has its own image
Danny Gallagher for Mailonline
Paul Pogba trained on Saturday against Manchester United, to give Jose Mourinho's team a boost in view of their looming derby.
United will go to Etihad on Sunday, where they will face Manchester City, top scorer of Pep Guardiola, who currently runs nine points.
Pogba missed training on Friday after suffering from a "small injury", but he appeared calm and collected when he arrived Saturday at the base of the club's Carrington in a Rolls Royce with driver.
On Saturday, Paul Pogba arrived at the base of the club's Carrington in a Rolls Royce with driver
The midfielder gave a look at his phone case, decorated with an image of himself
The Frenchman sipped a drink as he prepared to train for the big derby clash
Pogba was troubled by a "small injury" before the match, United confirmed
The Frenchman also gave a glimpse of his personalized cellphone case, which is decorated with a great image of none other than himself.
Pogba is about to undergo a late fitness test before Sunday's shift, along with striker Romelu Lukaku.
The men of Mourinho are at a disadvantage thanks to the 2-1 victory in the comeback of morale on Juventus in the Champions League.
Pogba was the hero the last time that United reached Etihad, scoring twice in a 3-2 victory
Pogba appeared in Turin when United refused to be beaten and canceled an extraordinary strike by former Old Trafford icon Cristiano Ronaldo to win the game.
United came out in the lead the last time they faced City in the League in April.
Pogba scored two goals, while Manchester overturned a two-goal deficit to win the 3-2 fight and gain local rights to brag.
Pep Guardiola's team is leading the Premier League and holds a nine point advantage over United
The victory for United this time will see them go further and further towards the coveted first four positions, on equal terms with Arsenal in fifth position.
The Gunners start concurrently with United Sunday afternoon, when they host Wolves in the Emirates.