Pogba spends £15,000 on guard dog as he upgrades security

Paul Pogba spends £15,000 on specialist guard dog as Manchester United midfielder upgrades protection with rottweiler

  • Paul Pogba has decided to upgrade his security at home in Manchester 
  • He has used the same firm as team-mates Marcus Rashford and Phil Jones 
  • Midfielder spent £15,000 on elite guard dog trained by company Chaperone K9 

Paul Pogba has splashed out £15,000 on a guard dog from a specialist protection firm. 

Chaperone K9 are the company who provide the dog, which is understood to be a rottweiler. 

They describe themselves as providers of protection for families, individuals and business with their trained dogs. 

Paul Pogba is upgrading his security by purchasing an elite level trained guard dog

The company have also supplied the animals to Pogba’s United team-mates Marcus Rashford and Phil Jones. 

No doubt he has heard their testimonials and decided to invest in more protection for himself. 

Chaperone K9 boss Richard Arnold told the Sun: ‘Footballers are obviously targeted individuals.

‘They want something that when they go away will keep their family safe.

The Manchester United midfielder is working his way back to fitness from an ankle injury

‘They’re not aggressive animals in the slightest — until called upon.’

Pogba’s relationship with the United supporters has been a complicated one and the relationship is frosty following his desire to leave this summer.   

The Manchester United midfielder is upgrading his security and ‘Pogba Out’ was sprayed outside Manchester United’s Carrington training ground recently. 

He is currently recovering from an ankle injury but could be back for the midweek clash against Rochdale in the Carabao Cup. 

Marcus Rashford (left) has used the same company and so has Phil Jones 




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