- Paul Pogba is expected to be in action on Friday night against Tottenham
- The Frenchman’s Rolls-Royce was seized by the police 24 hours before United return to action
- Pogba was seen driving in the UK streets with a French number plate
Paul Pogba has landed himself in trouble with the UK police officers after he was caught driving with an unlicensed French number plate hours before Manchester United’s return to action.
According to SunSport, the Frenchman was stopped by the officers after he was seen driving along the M56 not far from the Manchester Airport.
It was gathered that the Greater Manchester Police seized the highly exotic ride somewhere in Cheshire while Pogba was dragged into the back of the patrol vehicle.
According to the UK laws, any car which has been in Britain for six months within a year has to be registered with the DVLA and fitted with UK plates.
Also, car owners who are residents of the UK must have their said car registered within two weeks after it has been imported.
"We noticed the car going past us on the motorway because it really stands out, but we had no idea who was in it," a witness told Tue Sun.
Meanwhile, Bruno Fernandes has spoken for the first time about being partnered with Paul Pogba in the midfield.
Fernandes is yet to play alongside Pogba in a competitive match since his January move to Man United from Sporting Lisbon, with his arrival coinciding with the Frenchman's injury layoff.
However, with Pogba back in training having shook off his ankle problem, fans are excited about his imminent paring with Bruno in the middle of the park.
The duo's partnering has been touted as a formidable one, with football pundits contending it could fire United to a whole new level.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Man United are reportedly ready to sacrifice Andreas Pereira to land the transfer of Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek.
United have been tracking Van de Beek for months now alongside Bayer Leverkusen playmaker Kai Havertz.
But with a number of Premier League clubs also salivating for Havertz's services, the Red Devils appear to have shifted their focus on Van de Beek.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is understood to be a huge fan of both players and feels they could perfectly slot into his new dream team.
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