Primarily a central midfielder for the French national team and the Manchester United football club, Paul Pogba got to start to his senior career in 2011. He played for the Manchester United for about a year before moving to Juventus FC. Paul played a critical role in the club’s success over the years, leading them to victories in many tournaments. In 2016, he moved back to Manchester United for a transfer fee of €105 million, a world record at that time. In his international career, Pogba led his country’s Under-20 level team to the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup victory as a captain and then became part of the senior team in 2013.
Paul Pogba Personal Details:
- Complete Name: Paul Labile Pogba
- Nicknames: Pogboom
- Date of Birth: 15 March 1993
- Birthplace: Lagny-sur-Marne, France
- Nationality: French
- Occupation: Professional Footballer
- Zodiac Sign: Pisces
- Eye Color: Black
- Hair Color: Dark Brown
Paul Pogba Body Measurements Height Weight Shoe Size Facts
Paul Pogba Family Details:
- Father: Fassou Antoine Pogba
- Mother: Yeo Pogba
- Siblings: Florentin and Mathias (Older Brothers)
- Spouse Name: Unmarried
- Children Name: None
Paul Pogba Relationships History:
- Chantel Jeffries – Model (2016)
Paul Pogba Career Highlights:
- France National Team Debut: 2013
- Shirt Number: 6
- Playing Position: Midfielder
Paul Pogba Distinctive Features:
- Big Lips
- Long Legs
- Mohawk Hairstyle
Paul Pogba Body Measurements:
The French professional footballer Paul Pogba body measurements complete information is given below including details of his height, weight, chest, waist, biceps, and shoe size.
- Height in Feet: 6’ 3”
- Height in Centimeters: 191 cm
- Weight in Kilogram: 84 kg
- Weight in Pounds: 185 pounds
- Chest Size: 40 inches
- Waist Size: 33 inches
- Arms/ Biceps Size: 15 inches
- Feet/ Shoe Size: Unknown
Paul Pogba Interesting Facts:
- Paul Pogba loves to eat Pasta.
- He first began playing football at age 6.
- The footballer is also famous for his trendy hairdos.
- His nickname “Polpo Paul” literally means ‘Paul the Octopus’.