Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has finally been reunited with his £300,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge after it spent 270 days in a police car pound.
The World Cup winner with France is said to have been stopped in the vehicle near Manchester Airport back in June because it has plates that were registered to Monaco.
That left Pogba with a £150 towing bill, as well as the charges in excess of £5000 from leaving the luxury car with the police for several months.
The 28-year-old is the second highest earning player at United behind only David de Gea, taking home almost £14m each year which works out as £260,000 per week.
The Sun report that Pogba’s car returned to his home earlier this month with the Monaco plates still attached, having been originally stopped back in June of 2020.
Pogba has been spotted in several other supercars since the Rolls-Royce was taken, including a Ferrari 812 Superfast, Lamborghini Aventador and Bentley Flying Spur.
Although Pogba has played a more important role at United alongside Bruno Fernandes under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, he looks likey to leave in the summer as his contract enters the final year.
Solskjaer said in February: “We’ve got a good open dialogue with Paul so what we talk about and how we see that situation remains between us
“I’m just happy he’s focused and playing really well.
“He’s happy within himself and that’s important: you can see Paul enjoying football himself with a red shirt on. Our conversations remain private, of course.
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“But for example, Paul is a Manchester United player through and through. He’s been here in two spells. He came as a kid, he’s learnt about the history of the club, the passion of the club.
“He wants to do the best for United when he’s here and I think we’ve seen that – that he really cares for his team and he’s trying to be as successful as everyone else.”
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