Paul Pogba could have made a return to football if he hadn’t denied this offer

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The untold story of Paul Pogba

Pogba has been given a peculiar way to return to the football pitch.

Following the announcement of his four-year suspension from football, Paul Pogba, a former midfielder for Manchester United, saw his playing career come to an end.

In the summer of 2022, Pogba made his second departure from United, but since joining Juventus, his career has taken a turn for the worst.

His first season back in Italy was marred by injuries, and now that he’s been suspended, it’s unclear if he’ll ever play football again.

However, according to The Daily Mail, Pogba has been given a peculiar way to return to the football pitch.

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The Frenchman has drawn substantial interest from Broke Boys, a squad from Russia’s celebrity-hosted league, and this is, if nothing else, a chance for him to maintain his level of fitness.

Teams in this 2022-created Media Football League are comprised of a variety of celebrities, ranging from influencers to actors.

Artjom Chatjaturjan, the sports director of Broke Boys, has stated he has spoken with Pogba directly and is serious about recruiting the World Cup champion.

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“It may seem like a joke, but we called him. So far he has politely refused. He is in a desperate moment and needs time to accept it, Pogba is one of the best footballers in world won’t be able to play for that long,” he told Tuttosport.

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Rafaela Pimenta, Pogba’s agent, has also received a contract proposal that offers him a salary of £1,167 ($1500) a month plus additional bonuses in exchange for moving to Russia.

Although it would be unexpected if the move materialized, if his suspension is enforced, he would not be able to play football until he is 35 years old.

To finish his career with some dignity, the mysterious Frenchman will beg for a lighter sentence away from the pitch. As they await word on their appeal, Pogba’s camp has been silent about his official future plans.

By Shyam
Shyam Sharma who joined SPORTS BIG NEWS in 2021. Focuses on soccer – chiefly the Premier League, LaLiga, UEFA Champions League, Liga MX and MLS. On occasion, also covers American sports, general news and entertainment. Fascinated by the language of sport – particularly the under-appreciated art of translating cliché-speak.