Paul Pogba gets multi-million pound fleet of luxury cars transferred to Turin from UK after Man Utd transfer exit


PAUL POGBA has had his fleet of luxury supercars transferred from his Manchester home after leaving England for Turin.

The Frenchman ditched Manchester United for Juventus earlier this summer, and is set to take his amazing multi-million pound collection of motors with him.

Pogba, 29, hired Premier Removals to clear out his old pad in Hale, Greater Manchester.

Under the watchful eye of the midfielder’s wife Zulay, workers emptied the property – most notably removing his brilliant fleet of cars.

An incredible array of motors worth more than £1million were hauled onto a multi-vehicle transportation truck.

Among the cars was Pogba’s yellow Ferrari 812 Superfast, worth around £260k.

A Mercedes v class vip klassen and Bentley Betayga were also removed, as well as a glorious Rolls Royce.

Zulay watched on from behind the wheel of another Bentley.

Elsewhere in Pogba’s collection is believed to be an Audi RS6, Maserati Quattroporte and a black Mercedes GLS 4×4.

Although he has likely had to give back his Man United-issued club Chevrolet.

Paul Pogba will hope that being reunited with his fleet of cars can bring him some better luck in Turin.

The Frenchman recovered from injury to feature in a friendly against Chivas Guadalajara for his new side… only to subsequently pick up another fitness issue in training.

Since being ruled out of the rest of Juve’s pre-season, fears have begun to grow that Pogba’s injury may be worse than first thought.

Pogba’s knee injury, a lesion of the lateral meniscus, could see him ruled out for the rest of 2022.

He may require surgery that could see him ruled out for FIVE MONTHS – meaning he would miss the World Cup.

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