- Paul Pogba shared the news of the birth of his third child with his millions of Instagram followers
- The delighted Juventus star posted a series of photos of him, his wife Zulay, and the newborn son
- The good news for the Pogbas comes at a time he has has endured a frustrating spell this season
Juventus midfielder, Paul Pogba has become a father for the third time.
The World Cup-winning star took to Instagram to announce the good news to his millions of followers.
In a series of photos shared on his Instagram on Wednesday, May 24, the former Manchester United star could hardly hide his delight.
The Frenchman initially shared a photo of himself on FaceTime with his wife and his newborn son, as he made his way to the hospital.
He later posted three more photos of himself at Zulay's bedside with the caption:
"Al Hamdullilah. A new Pogba member has arrived. So proud of my Queen. I’m so so so happy. #Daddyofthree."
Who is Pogba married to?
Pogba is married to Maria Zulay Salaues, a Bolivian model with whom he has been in a long-term relationship.
According to Sportskeeda, Zulay studied Business Administration at the University in her native Bolivia but switched careers to become a real estate agent.
She later ditched the job and began to work as an interior designer.
She is also a model and boasts a huge following on social media.
Maria and Pogba now have three children together, including their firstborn son, who they welcomed in 2019.
Paul Pogba's struggles at Juventus
Meanwhile, the birth of Pogba's third child came at a time the midfielder has endured a frustrating season with Juventus upon his return from Manchester United.
The Frenchman has been unable to hit the ground running at the Serie A club, with a string of injuries taking a huge toll on his progress.
Pogba joined Juve from Man United in the summer of 2022 on a free transfer.
Pogba shows support for Vini
Earlier, Sports Brief reported on Pogba showing support for Vinicius Junior, following the Real Madrid star being racially abuse by Valencia fans on Sunday.
The Brazilian was red-carded despite being choked during Madrid’s 1-0 loss to Valencia at the Mestalla Stadium, with the incident sparking a wave of outrage.