Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba looks set to finally give residents of the Lowry Hotel some much needed peace and quiet after agreeing to buy a stunning five-bedroom mansion in Cheshire, according to reports in the Sun.
The Frenchman has failed to find a permanent place to live ever since returning to Manchester for a world record £89m and has been residing in the upmarket hotel that has strong links with United.
However, he finally looks to have ended his protracted search for a new house after managing to lower the £3.4m asking price for this stunning mansion.
Pogba’s new home has a number of rooms that you wouldn’t necessarily find in your everyday house, including a luxurios swimming pool fitted out with a sauna and changing facilities, as well as an upstairs billiard room.
There is also the small matter of two living rooms and a master bedroom which contains an ensuite bathroom, not to mention a spacious walk-in wardrobe.
Of course, all of this comes at a price and has set Pogba back £2.9m, but considering he earns £290k-a-week, he is unlikely to feel the strain too much, so he can at least start planning to host some of those late night parties that he clearly enjoys to partake in.