Paul Pogba who is best known as the superstar soccer player for Manchester United in the English Premier League and an integral part of the French national team has snagged some pretty luxurious real estate in Chesire, England, and Miami. In 2017.
Pogba started his real estate portfolio after he purchased a 2.9-million-pound home in Cheshire – not far from the Red Devils' training ground in Carrington. He scooped up the property for 600,000 pounds under the asking price, and it was originally on the market for just under 3.5 million pounds.
In 2020, Paul picked up a luxurious condo in Miami. Housed on the 61st floor of the One Thousand Museum, the apartment sits in a towering building designed by Zaha Hadid. Many other celebs own property in the building, including David Beckham and Victoria Beckham.
The financial details of the real estate deal were never revealed but we can assure you it’s a beauty! Ladies and gents, this is a house tour you do not want to miss!
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