- Paul Pogba builds pitch inside in his £3 million Cheshire mansion
- The French international plans on hosting mini football tournaments with friends
- Pogba is currently on the treatment table with hamstring injury
Manchester United midfield maestro Paul Pogba has built a mini pitch in his £3 million mansion in Chesire, United Kingdom, to host football matches with friends.
The French international is getting a pitch marked out and installing mini-goals and getting an electronic scoreboard for games against pals - in his own tournament called 'The Pogbarena'
Pogba - who is currently recovering from a hamstring injury - bought his five-bed mansion for £2.9million earlier this year after getting £600,000 knocked off the asking price.
A source said: “The idea is that he’ll get a handful of mates around and then play two-a-side games. He thinks it’s the business.
“His home is out of this world and he’s got loads of free space so he just thought, ‘Why not have my own footie pitch?’ He’s got an electronic scoreboard and can’t stop talking about The Pogbarena!”
Pogba who rejoined United last summer for a world record fee from Juventus currently stays in a rented apartment while the new adjustments are being made to his mansion in Chesire he bought earlier this year.
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