Man-U Midfielder Pogba Gets Backs His Rolls Royce Several Months After Police Seized It
Although Pogba had the capability of processing the required documents and have his car back within one week, he decided to let it first cools heels at the police custody.
Manchester United (Man-U) football club midfielder Paul Pogba has finally reunited with his multimillion Rolls Royce, since it was seized by law enforcers in June 2020.
The prestigious ride estimated to be around Ksh45 million was seized by law enforcers moments after Pogba had left the Manchester airport, on claims that it bore foreign registration number.
Instead of following up with the seized car, the footballer who is known for living a luxurious life was shortly seen driving a Ferrari 812 Superfast, going for around Ksh40 million.
Pogba decided to let his Rolls Royce gather dust at the police custody for over nine months before getting it back. Following the lengthy stay, Pogba will also fork out £5,500 as storage charges for the costly car.
The 28-year-old France national reportedly takes home £15million annually, enabling him to lead a first-class lifestyle envied by many.
He is known to own a chain of other valuable cars such as the Lamborghini Aventador and a Bentley Flying Spur.