Photos Here's a look inside Paul Pogba’s GH₵15.7m Cheshire mansion

The Man United star’s new apartment has a media conference room, an indoor swimming pool, saunas and everything that you can possibly think of.

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Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba, may have broken the transfer record for the most expensive football player in the world with his £89 million (GH₵480m) move.

However, the French international’s mammoth price tag is not the only thing that has got the world talking.

The former Juventus star has taste for fashion, and an eye for flashy things – you can bet he won’t disappoint you on that. And his latest £2.9million (GH₵15.7m) mansion in Cheshire is no exception.

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Originally priced at £3.49million, Pogba secured a cut-price deal to buy the mansion for £600,000 less.

The five-bed-room apartment has a media conference room, an indoor swimming pool, saunas and everything that you can possibly think of.

Below are photos showing the inside of Paul Pogba’s £2.9 million Cheshire Mansion.

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The mansion has an indoor swimming pool.

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Also in the five-bed-room apartment is a gaming room.

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Ultra modern bed-rooms in the Cheshire mansion.

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A side view of the £2.9million apartment.

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