- Manchester United star midfielder Paul Pogba has responded to baseless rumors about his future with the France team
- He won the 2014 World Cup Young Player Award
- The 27-year-old had played 72 games in the national colors, scoring ten goals
Football fans around the world were in shock after baseless rumors about Manchester United star midfielder Paul Pogba choosing to leave the France national football team started to spread like wildfire on social networks. According to a media report, it was alleged that the winner of the 2014 World Cup Young Player Award made the move after French President Emmanuel Macron’s recent statement on terrorism on Monday.
People on social media were in shock after the alleged rumors went viral. However, most of them have shown their support and goodwill as they believe that there should be no hatred for any particular religion anywhere in the world.
Taking note of the rumors on social networks, Pogba took to Instagram and revealed that he had not stopped playing for the Blues. Pogba criticized the rumors and called the reports fake news in his post shared on Instagram Stories.
Since his international debut in 2013, the 27-year-old had played 72 games in the national colors, scoring ten goals. He also played a key role in the 2018 World Cup campaign, when France won the World Cup trophy.
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