Man Utd star Antony living in Paul Pogba's £2.9m mansion with diamond-encrusted STAIRS and 'PP' branded pool table | The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED newboy is currently living in Paul Pogba's old house.

The Brazilian, 22, who joined the Red Devils from Ajax for £85.5million in the summer, hit the ground running with a debut goal against Arsenal last month.

And he has made himself at home in England by settling into former Man Utd man Pogba's old five-bedroom mansion.

Among the unique parts of the house include an incredibly eye-catching diamond-encrusted staircase.

Pogba also boasted a personalised pool table which has the initials "PP" engraved in it.

And that is currently still there – although Antony has insisted it will be changed in due course.


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Speaking to ESPN, he said: "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 Pogba's departure from Old Trafford, he then joked: "He's not here anymore, right?"

There is also an which contains a small area to play football made up of synthetic grass.

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It contains mini goals, an electronic scoreboard and LED lighting which makes up a superb practice area.

There is also a home gym which Antony will be able to use to keep his fitness up – as well as a swimming pool.

And various chandeliers are dotted around the house to light it up in a breathtaking manner.

Pogba's second spell at Man Utd came to an end when his contract expired in the summer.

And he then re-joined Juventus for another stint with the Serie A giants – six years after leaving for United in an £86m deal.

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