Paul Pogba is a proficient and dexterous footballer who plays for Premier League club Manchester United and the French national team. Born in Lagny-sur-Marne, Seine-et-Marne, Pogba is a Muslim by religion.
Paul Pogba lovingly called “Pogboom” by his fans for his volatile approach and vigor on the pitch for playing.
Kith and Kin
Pogba’s parents Fassou Antoine and Yeo Moriba are his strength and rock. He also has two elder twin brothers who also played football for the Guinean national team.
Pogba is 25 years old and is yet to tie the sacred knot. But he is in a committed relationship with his girlfriend Maria Saules. However, recently at the 2018 World Cup, Saules was lately spotted with what seemed to be an engagement ring. None of them has still confirmed the same though.
Enthralling Beauty of His Home
Pogba’s home is the one to envy for its exquisiteness and grandeur. He paid a whopping £2.9million for this abode in Cheshire. His five-bedroom home is an epitome of excellence. He has all the advanced amenities one can imagine. A new football pitch in the house exemplifies his love for the game. Along with this, he also has a heated pool, gaming room and sauna in the house.
To add to the sumptuousness he has a balcony with a gripping view. To keep his wide range of luxury cars he has built a double garage too.
Financial Resources of Paul
An arm and leg kind of player that the game of football has ever seen is Paul. His basic salary is £290,000 per week. It is believed that Pogba’s net worth is around $60 million.
Paul is an ardent lover of four wheels. He is in possession of a wide range of luxury cars, which include a jet black Rolls Royce, Mercedes, Maclaren P1, Lamborghini, Bentley, Audi, Chevrolet and many more.
Pogba also is a proud owner of a $23 million Private Jet.
Pogba has been actively donating money for various causes. Lately, he has requested money from his followers to give money to the cause of Saving Children.
He has donated to the International Red Cross, taken part in the BigShoe11 campaign and compensated for eleven surgeries of children.
To top it all, Pogba has his own charity organization named “The Pogba Foundation.” The foremost purpose of this establishment is “to make the world better and inspire others to do the same aims of the foundation are.”