- France midfielder Paul Pogba and his entourage have met Guinea's interim President Mamadi Doubouya during his visit
- The 2018 World Cup winner is reported to have held discussions on how to help develop the game in the West African country
- Paul Pogba will leave Manchester United when his contract with the Red Devils expires on June 30, 2022
Paul Pogba has met Guinea's current leader Mamadi Doumbouya following his arrival to the West African country.
The France midfielder has strong roots to the country, with both his parents from Guinea but he was born in the European country.
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Pogba and interim President Mamadi Doumbouya's meeting is believed to have been centered around the France international's plans to help develop football in the West African nation.
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The 29-year-old will be leaving Manchester United at the end of his current deal on June 30, 2022.
The player has been linked with former club Juventus as well as European champions Real Madrid.
Paul Pogba arrives to a heroic welcome in Guinea
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that 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.
Manchester United confirm midfield dynamo Paul Pogba will leave at the end of his contract
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.