Inside Paul Pogba’s £3m home with huge games room and fish tank wall

Paul Pogba is playing at home while he recovers from a thigh injury and this man is in it to bling it.

The Man U midfielder and French international has a games room in his £2.9million mansion with some very PPersonalised kit.

His foosball and pool tables are both etched with his gold PP monogram, and his indoor football pitch is called.. the PP Arena, of course.

The 27-year-old star lives in Cheshire with wife Maria Salaues and their son, Labile, two.

But check out the PP on his chess board, mate, and you know Paul is king of this castle.

He has played some impressive games on the pitch including a World Cup final.

But the games room in his £2.9 million pound mansion is equally impressive.


The table football and a branded pool table stand alongside a giant wall which has been turned into a fish tank.

The indoor football pitch has an electronic scoreboard, LED lighting and his brand logo on the centre circle.

The Manchester United Star posted a snap to Instagram, posing over a customised black and gold table football machine.


The French international wrote: “Did you know that I’m (practically) a pro on foosball?!”

After suffering a thigh injury in United's 3-3 draw at home to Everton earlier this month, the player is due to be off the pitch until at least March.

But the world cup winner will be able to stay competitive in the comfort of the luxury Cheshire pad, which he shares with his wife Maria Salaues and their baby son, Labile.

The chess board with his own monogram is there to show he is king of this home.

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