Manchester United star Antony is living in Paul Pogba's ex-£3m mansion

REVEALED: Man United star Antony is living in Paul Pogba’s £3m mansion with diamond encrusted stairs and custom pool table after the Frenchman departed for Juventus… with the new Red Devils winger joking he will ‘need to make changes’

  • Manchester United’s new signing Antony has moved into Paul Pogba’s mansion  
  • Frenchman left the club when his contract expired this summer, joining Juventus
  • The 22-year-old Brazilian told reporters in his homeland about Pogba’s old house
  • Antony said he planned to make changes to decorations like the ‘PP’ pool table 

Antony has revealed that he moved into Paul Pogba’s old £2.9m mansion after joining Manchester United this summer.

Pogba’s time with the Red Devils came to an end this year with the expiration of his contract, and the French star joined Juventus.

Meanwhile, the Brazilian 22-year-old Antony joined the club late in the transfer window for £85.5m from Ajax.

However, it seems there was a crossover in their paths after all – because Antony is living in Pogba’s old five-bedroom mansion, about 30 minutes from Manchester city centre.

Antony has revealed that his new house is the mansion of former Man United player Paul Pogba

Pogba left United this summer at the end of his contract, and subsequently joined Juventus

The residence is complete with an eye-catching set of diamond encrusted stairs, and a customised pool table on the first floor with the initials ‘PP’ on it.

Antony told ESPN Brasil: ‘I’ll need to change. It was Pogba’s house, there’s the P of his stuff on the table.

‘Now I’m going to start changing, put Antony Santos’ AS.’

Referencing the snooker table, he said: ‘Here I win’, although the pasttime is not a typical experience with the Brazilian national team, which instead bonds over card games.

‘In the last call-up, we played a lot of UNO, I won too’, Antony joked.

Antony impressed on his Premier League debut with a goal against Arsenal in United’s 3-1 win

About Pogba’s flamboyant staircase, Antony mused: ‘He’s kind of nauseous, right. But I’m happy to be in the house that used to belong to an ace. He’s very nauseous. I liked it a lot.’

Referencing Pogba’s departure, he joked: ‘He’s not here anymore, right?’

Other elements of the house include huge TV screens, and a small garden area with synthetic grass for football practice.

The young Brazilian opened his account for Man United with a goal against Arsenal last month, and he will be eager to put in a good performance in his first Manchester derby on Sunday.




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