Inside Paul Pogba's Mighty Mansion The Frenchman Will Soon Vacate at Manchester

Inside Paul Pogba's Mighty Mansion The Frenchman Will Soon Vacate at Manchester

  • Paul Pogba has left Premier League side Manchester United and could be making a return to Serie A side Juventus
  • The World Cup winner with France will be vacating his beautiful mansion in Manchester as he gears up to move elsewhere
  • Paul Pogba's mansion in Manchester includes a table football setup, a personalised pool table and a gargantuan aquarium

France international Paul Pogba recently announced that he is leaving Premier League giants Manchester United after the end of the 2021/22 English topflight season.

And since the midfielder made the statement, he has been linked with many clubs in Europe with the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Juventus said to be interested in him.

Paul Pogba has experienced a turbulent time with the Red Devils during his two stints at Old Trafford.

Paul Pogba, Manchester mansion
France international Paul Pogba appearing for Man United against Liverpool. Photo by OLI SCARFF
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The Frenchman first left Manchester United in 2012 when his former agent Mino and Sir Alex Ferguson had misunderstanding.

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But four years later, Paul Pogba completed a return to Old Trafford in a whopping £89million deal.

According to the report on Daily Star, Paul Pogba will be leaving behind his mansion should he make a return to Juventus.

When did Paul Pogba buy his mansion?

Paul Pogba bought the mansion in 2017 for a mammoth £2.9m, the Cheshire-based five-bedroom house is lavish to say the least.

The mansion includes a table football setup, a personalised pool table and a gargantuan aquarium.

Ronaldo ships over £8.5million Bugatti to Spain as Man United star avoids renting a car on vacation

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo is having a luxurious vacation with his family on a private island in Majorca, Spain.

The 37-year-old striker can be seen enjoying his holiday with his partner, Georgina Rodriguez, alongside his five children in his £5.5m yacht.

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Ronaldo has also shipped his rare £8.5million Bugatti Centodieci to the private island to use as his family SUV.

The Bugatti, which is a special edition, was purchased by the former Real Madrid player in 2020 and has a top speed of 236 mph and can go from 0 to 62 mph in 2.4 seconds.

Ronaldo has decided to avoid the extra expenses of renting a car during his vacation and decided to ship his luxurious car to the island in Spain.

Source: SportsBrief.com