Meet Manchester United’s Paul Pogba Lookalike who behaves just like him (Video)

A young man with a striking resemblance to Manchester United’s midfielder, Paul Pogba has emerged online.

The young man could be seen in a series of videos dancing and behaving just like Paul Pogba.

From what we gathered, the young man is a Nigerian footballer and aspires to be great like the former Juventus player.

Watch the trending video below:

In other news relating to Paul Pogba, Manchester United supporters have been left baffled by Paul Pogba’s latest Instagram offering as the World Cup-winning midfielder enters the final six months of his contract.

The 28-year-old looks set to come to the end of his time at Old Trafford having re-signed from Juventus back in 2016 and winning only the League Cup and Europa League across five full seasons.

The France midfielder is currently on the sidelines having picked a hamstring injury back in October, with his outspoken agent Mino Raiola insisting that his future remains undecided.

Although Pogba has been open about his dreams of playing for Real Madrid in the past – he has been rather quiet this time around as fans grow frustrated.

However, Pogba has now issued a statement of nine words using his official Instagram account, leaving many of his 50 million followers feeling slightly confused.

Alongside a snap of Pogba posing an a luxury car, the caption reads: “Don’t look at the problem, look at the solution.”

With one fan commenting with a pair of emoji eyes: “Interesting.”

And a second adding: “And this meaning your looking for a new club rather than help out. That’s my take on this post.”

With a third saying: “You are the problem?”

In the latest update over his client back in October, Raiola told The Times: “You would have to ask Manchester United about it.

“At this moment everything is calm. There is no update.”

With United boss Ralf Rangnick saying when asked about Pogba: “I wouldn’t say he’s not worth keeping.

“But players have to want to play for a big club like Manchester United.

“If a player does not want to play Manchester United in the medium or long term, I don’t think it makes sense to convince him to change his mind.

“But let’s wait and see, I have spoken with him [Pogba] for 15 minutes over the phone a few days ago [Tuesday].

“Let’s have him come back, get fit, train with the team and see where we stand, how the team has developed by then.”


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