Paul Pogba has £2.9m mansion with indoor pool, gym, and custom football

Paul Pogba has £2.9m mansion with indoor pool, gym, and custom football

- Paul Pogba lives in a mansion with his partner Maria Salaues and his young child

- The Manchester United star is preparing to return to action with the Red Devils

- Pogba's mansion has swimming pool, gym and football pitch

Manchester United star Paul Pogba has been on lock-down with his partner and child in their £2.9m mansion with indoor pool, gym, and custom football pitch.

The France international is among the richest footballers in the world considering the money he has made since he started his soccer career most especially at Juventus.

Pogba is currently preparing for a return to football after missing games since December 2019 and he has been training hard in his mansion.

His last game this season for Manchester United was against Newcastle United on Boxing Day, and since then, the Frenchman has not played for the Red Devils.

Manchester United were however forced to enter the transfer market in January 2020 to sign Bruno Fernandes who has been impressive for the Red Devils since then.

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"I have a little home gym in my house. I can do some training, some running, some bike, go outside and do some things with the ball.

"I am just keeping busy and keeping healthy. We have got to stay motivated, there is no other choice.

"It is a period and we don't know until when it will be like this, but I still have goals in my head and one day hopefully this pandemic will stop,''. Pogba explained according to UK Sun.

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Meanwhile, Manchester United are hoping that the League resumes soon for them to continue their fight of finishing among the top four at the end of the season.

Earlier, had reported how Premier League clubs are now reportedly planning for the whole of 2020/21 season to be played without allowing the fans to enter the stadiums because of coronavirus.

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Coronavirus has forced the League chiefs to suspend all football games in England since March in which there have been deliberations on how the term can be completed.

There are proposals that the 2019/20 Premier League season be completed at neutral venues and the remaining games should be played behind closed doors.

All these things are currently been talked about by the authorities in charge of football in England as they are scared of what they will lose if the season is not completed.

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