Manchester United star Paul Pogba has bought a luxurious mansion in Cheshire, Manchester after spending several months at Lowry hotel.
The high-priced property is reported to be initially valued at N2.1bn (£3.49m) but the Frenchman acquired the mansion for a reduced price of N1.7bn (£2.9m) and it is just twenty minutes drive from the Manchester United’s training facilty.
The fully-equipped five bedroom mansion reveal the taste and class of the most expensive player in the world, with a heated indoor pool and an exclusive media room all for Pogba and his company to enjoy; The property was previously owned by former Red Devils star, Javier Hernandez, before his move to Germany with Bayern Leverkusen.
The French midfielder has been criticised for his side displays since he joined the Red Devils, the latest being former United skipper, Rio Ferdinand who lashed out at Pogba and Lingard for sharing a video of their new dance steps on the social media.
He said: ‘I’m all for having a bit of fun on social media and stuff. But not when you’re sixth in the league, and you’re not in the Champions League positions and you’re fighting,
‘You haven’t won anything yet. Until you’ve won something you can’t go out and do stuff like that.
‘I’ve dug out Arsenal players for doing stuff like this before and it would be wrong of me to not talk about the United players.’