Paul Pogba, the French flamboyant midfielder holds the reputation of being the most expensive player in the Premier League and currently the fourth most expensive player in the world. Hence, his performances attract a huge amount of attention and is examined with a magnifying glass.
But he has done nothing to silence his critics. Six goals and twelve assists in 37 appearances across all competitions are very ordinary statistics, and even more so for a player at the level of Pogba who holds such reputation. But it is undeniable that his role in the team build-up and work-rate is extremely essential for the team, and alongside Matic has proved to be a fulcrum in the midfield for Manchester United who finished second in the Premier League and reached the final of the FA Cup.
Pogba, however, will expect to have better returns to his performances at the FIFA World Cup with France who boast an incredible squad which boasts both experienced veteran players and talented youngsters. After the disappointing defeat in the finals of UEFA Euro 2016 at the hands of Portugal, Pogba and Co. will be looking to make amends in Russia.
Paul Pogba Net Worth in 2018
The exact value of Pogba’s net worth is not known and the assumptions are far out and wide. His net worth is expected to be between $60 million to $250 million. Fast approaching his prime years of his career, his valuation is also set to shoot up.
Pogba earns a massive £290,000 per week, but still finds himself behind new signing Alexis Sanchez, who earns an unbelievable £500,000. He is the third most paid player in the Premier League, also behind Mesut Ozil who recently signed a bumper contract with Arsenal.
Pogba has a single major endorsement deal with Adidas, who offer him $31 million in a ten year deal.
Few people are as fond of cars as Pogba is. He has a huge collection to his name with Rolls Royce, Mercedes, Maserati, Audi, Lamborghini, Chevrolet and Bentley being some of the names from the list. The total worth of his car collection is estimated to be in excess £1.25 million.
He also owns a mansion in Cheshire, which is worth £3 million.
Source of Wealth
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