Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has detailed the robbery that occurred in his home last week and confirms that he’s endured depression in his career.
Pogba took to social media last week to announce that his home was invaded by three people while the Champions League game against Atletico Madrid was going on.
The France star, who started on the bench against the La Liga side, admitted the difficulty he endured knowing that he wouldn’t start for The Red Devils in a crucial game against Atletico Madrid.
It became worse when he got home and found out that three burglars had invaded his home, with his two children and nanny only present while this unfortunate events occurred and that terrified the midfielder the most.
Paul Pogba said: “I’ve had depression in my career, but we don’t talk about it.
“Sometimes you don’t know you are, you just want to isolate yourself, be alone, these are unmistakable signs.
“I had quite a surprising week, with the Champions League match where I learned that I am not going to play and, when I went home, I discovered that my home was robbed following the entry of three people who stole my safe.
“There was my mother’s jewellery in there, my World Cup medal… What scared me the most, is that my two children were at home with the nanny during the incident.”
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This happened after his team-mate Victor Lindelof’s home was invaded last two months, which forced the Sweden star to miss the clash against West Ham United at Old Trafford.
The invasion occurred during Man United’s clash against Norwich City away from home.
Paul Pogba was call-up to the France national team alongside Raphael Varane ahead of their international friendly matches against Ivory Coast and South Africa.