- Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba was given a heroic welcome by the people of Guinea
- The France World Cup winner has his roots from Guinea and visited the West African country on Tuesday
- Paul Pogba left English giants Manchester United at the end of his contract and will announce his next club after the holidays
Paul Pogba was treated to a heroes welcome in Guinea after arriving in the West African country on Tuesday morning.
The France midfielder , who has strong heritage to the African nation, was met by huge crowds with thousands of Guineans parading the streets to welcome the World Cup winner.
In a video posted on Twitter, the former Manchester United player is seen on an open top car as he waved his fans and the people who chanted and sang his name.
Pogba was born to Guinean parents in France but always finds time to visit the country of his parents.
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The 29-year-old ended his stay with Manchester United after six years in his second spell with the Red Devils.
He is yet to announce his next move, with Real Madrid and Juventus reportedly interested in signing the midfielder.
Paul Pogba finally leaves Manchester United
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Paul Pogba has left Manchester United following the end of his contract with the English giants.
The France international leaves the English giants after six years in his second stint as a player of the Red Devils.
Manchester United confirmed the departure of the midfielder on their official website, thanking him for his services.
Paul Pogba set for Juventus return
Pogba will be re-joining the Serie A giants for a second time after leaving them to sign for the Red Devils for a then world-record fee of £89million back in 2016.
Pogba has been in talks with Juventus for several weeks and it is believed an agreement is said to be close between both parties with the deal to be announced soon Daily Mail reports.