Video: Paul Pogba shares an incredible view of his £3m mansion

Video: Paul Pogba shares an incredible view of his £3m mansion

Paul Pogba's home is every man's dream, kitted out with some incredible features.

The Manchester United star has shared a snap of his games room on Instagram, inside the £3million mansion he spends his time away from the pitch.

Pogba's home is perfectly set up to entertain and stave off boredom during the lockdowns experienced over the last year.

The most recent image he posted was of himself leaning over his table football table with the caption: 'Did you know that I’m (practically) a pro on foosball?!

Behind him, there is a wall of memorabilia from his career and a personalised pool table with his initials 'PP' emblazoned on the cloth.

Adjacent to the pool and table football tables, there is an incredible fish tank wall and the room is perfectly decked out to entertain friends.

Over recent months, Pogba will have had to put the entertaining on the back-burner due to Covid-19 rules and he lives at the Cheshire residence with his wife Maria Salaues and their son, Labile, two.

Labile featured in a video Pogba shared on his social media channels back in March last year when the Frenchman offered another glimpse into the house.

He has had a small custom-made football pitch constructed indoors to keep the skills sharp away from United's Carrington training base.

The 'PP' logo again makes an appearance in the centre-circle, the wall on one side features a mural of him celebrating and the other taking a shot.

And fractured panels of lighting surround the pitch, which is completely enclosed and dubbed, 'the arena'.

Pogba loves to personalise his possessions and even has a gleaming chess set with his initials in gold writing.

Having endured the same house-bound existence as the rest of the population, the fight against coronavirus was not lost on Pogba, who was praised for starting a fundraiser last year.

On his 27th birthday, he pledged financial support to Unicef to help children affected by coronavirus and set up a fundraising page, doubling the £27,000 target that was reached.

This season, Pogba is clearly thriving on and off the pitch despite having started it slowly under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

His re-emergence into the team coincided with United's upturn in form over the last few months and they sit second in the Premier League table and have a real chance of silverware in both the Europa League and FA Cup.

He is currently nursing a thigh injury sustained in the 3-3 draw against Everton on February 6.

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