The Red Devils midfielder has used the platform to chronicle his experiences in the USA
Manchester United star Paul Pogba has taken social media usage to the next level, posting an extraordinary 88 Instagram stories over 24 hours as rumours still swirl about his club football future.
The World Cup winner documented a 24-hour period of his trip to New York City with videos of him training at a gym, attending a concert of a Latin trap singer, posing for photos with fans, visiting a charity and doing ball work at a Major League Soccer stadium.
Anyone got time to watch Paul Pogba’s 88 Instagram stories? 😴
That’s 20 minutes of my life I’ll never get back 👎 pic.twitter.com/ZqtdhGgFG6
— Kieran Francis (@kieran_francis) June 30, 2019
Pogba started with vision of himself training at a gym, with one of the stories including the caption, ‘I do what they say I can’t!!!’ while using a medicine ball to do an agility exercise.
After doing some run-throughs outdoors, the 26-year-old attended a gig featuring singer Bad Bunny, showing off his vantage point of the performance before getting a photo with the artist afterwards.
Following a break from activity to presumably sleep, Pogba took some scenic vision of the New York skyline before heading to visit Afrikicks, an organisation which donates boots to families and children in Africa – with a member of the charity scoring an incredible basket with a volley.
Pogba then visited Red Bull Arena, the home of the New York Red Bulls, to do a skills session, showing off his dribbling ability and athleticism during the workout.
With Manchester United’s pre-season training to begin this week, the French playmaker is due to return to Old Trafford from his holiday shortly despite rumours linking him with a move to Real Madrid or a return to Juventus.
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Red Devils manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hinted at Pogba’s likely presence during the team’s upcoming pre-season tour of Australia and Asia, indicating he will have a full first-team squad for the opening match against A-League side Perth Glory on July 13.
Pogba’s social media usage has come under question previously, having posted an image of himself smirking approximately 30 minutes after the sacking of coach Jose Mourinho in December.