- Paul Pogba and his brothers celebrate Christmas in a stunning way after sharing videos on social media
- The Red Devils star and his siblings shared a couple of videos showing their dancing skills online
- He was part of the United team that thrashed Cardiff City 5-1 few days after the departure of Jose Mourinho
Manchester United record signing Paul Pogba joined his brothers to celebrate this year's Christmas in style.
The 25-year-old who has been heavily criticised at Old Trafford owing to his average contribution to the team was filmed doing a choreographed dance with his siblings.
Matthias, 28, shared the video on his social media platform as the three brothers showed their dancing skills in the clip.
While posting the video, the Tours FC striker added a caption saying: "That’s how a party day is going on with the pogbance united.
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"Enjoy these days guys it’s important family time. Are we crazy? No. Are we enjoying? YES that’s the difference."
The former Juventus star played a role in United's 5-1 demolition of Cardiff City last weekend, few days after the departure of Jose Mourinho.
And this victory was said to have motivated the French star in doing the energetic dance with Matthias and Florentine.
He also took to social media later to share more footage of himself, writing: "This is what happens when we get together' and then asking Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy to join them. He also tagged Everton defender Kurt Zouma."
YEN.com.gh recalls that Manchester United star Paul Pogba, ended all speculations linking him away from Old Trafford by assuring the fans that playing for the Red Devils is a dream come true.
The Frenchman was was said to be unhappy at United and ready to force a move to La Liga giants Barcelona, after falling out with manager Jose Mourinho.
The 2018 World Cup winner was stripped of vice captaincy by his Portuguese handler and at some point it was as clear as day the ex-Juventus player's performance was being affected.