Pogba Now Wears New Flaboyant Haircut ‘Equal’


Manchester United star Paul Pogba has opted to add a new style to his collection ahead of an event on Wednesday.

The French midfielder is preparing to appear at the launch of UEFA’s new RESPECT campaign in Monaco, and is clearly taking his role very seriously.

Keen to get the message across, the former Juventus playmaker will don a new eye-catching image — which features a red and blond stripe — at the event.

Pogba gave fans a glimpse of his new look, given to him by Surrey-based A Star Barbers, on Tuesday night by releasing a video via his Instagram account.

The various angles show off his quirky choice of hairstyle, with the Old Trafford favourite opting to shave ‘equal’, and the campaign’s logo, into the back of his head.

The 24-year-old accompanied his Instagram with the words: ‘Looking forward to tomorrow. @manchesterunited @astarbarbers #neverfollow.’

Meanwhile, Anthony Martial is convinced that his Manchester United team-mate Pogba is a future Ballon d’Or winner.

Pogba was the world’s most expensive player until Neymar joined Paris Saint-Germain from Barcelona in a world record £198million transfer earlier this month.

The 24-year-old France midfielder had a mixed first season after returning to United from Juventus in a then-world record £89m deal in August 2016.

But Pogba has impressed at the start of the new campaign as United have set the early Premier League pace.

Pogba scored in the 4-0 wins against West Ham and Swansea after being given added freedom following the summer acquisition of Nemanja Matic.

‘I would say he is probably the best midfield player in the world,’ United winger Martial says in an upcoming MUTV documentary about Pogba.

Pogba will win the Ballon d'Or in the next five years, says United team-mate Anthony Martial

‘Paul is very mentally strong and he is very sure of himself.

‘He is a big guy, he is very technical on the ball and he has lots of endurance.

‘He is still young, too, so he has a lot to work on and he can get even better.

‘If he continues to play and improve like he is doing then I think he is also going to win the Ballon d’Or award in the next five years.’

Pogba has impressed at the start of the new campaign as United have set the early league pace


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