Manchester United will be without France midfielder Paul Pogba when they face rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford on Saturday, the ​Telegraph have reported.

The player pulled up in training on Friday and ​ESPN claimed on Friday night that he was set for a late fitness test on Saturday to determine whether or not he will be able to play against Jurgen Klopp's side. However, Telegraph journalist James Ducker has now claimed the Frenchman is not able to feature.

​​It is understood that the 24-year-old was unable to complete Friday's training session at Carrington, though the injury he has sustained has not been disclosed.

Pogba, who is said to be at odds with manager Jose Mourinho, started the Red Devils' last two matches against Chelsea and Crystal Palace but was benched in prior matches against Huddersfield and Sevilla.

United have received a boost elsewhere, however, with Marouane Fellaini available again after sitting out with a knee injury since January 31. 

Eric Bailly is also ready to return to action following an ankle injury. The defender hasn't started a game since November but could start ahead of Victor Lindelof on Saturday.

Anthony Martial, meanwhile, is doubtful for the weekend's game, while Ander Herrera, Phil Jones, Daley Blind and Marcos Rojo remain on the injured list.