The world's most expensive footballer paid £2.9m for a swanky five-bedroom Cheshire mansion that was up for sale at £3.49m. Manchester United star Paul Pogba has proved himself a dab hand in the property market - by netting a new home for £600,000 less than the asking price. The world's most expensive footballer paid £2.9m for a swanky five-bedroom Cheshire mansion that was up for sale at £3.49m.And the £290,000-a-week Frenchman - famous for his 'dabbing' goal celebrations - saved himself a fortnight's wages with the cut-price deal just before the transfer window.
Pogba, who rejoined United from Italian side Juventus in a record £89m transfer last summer, will enjoy luxuries including a heated indoor swimming pool, saunas, and his own media room. The secluded, security-gated property, in one of the north-west's most affluent neighbourhoods, is believed to be a former home of ex-United striker Javier Hern ndez and his sister Ana. Just a 20-minute drive from the Red Devils' Aon Training Complex in Carrington, it boasts a tailor-made kitchen, giants hedges to protect the 23-year-old's privacy, and a leisure suite complete with pool table. There's also a balcony, and a double garage to house the midfielder's top-of-the-range Audi and Mercedes motors.