Paul Pogba splashes £15,000 to acquire a security dog after the Frenchman is been targeted by fans.
World Cup winner, Paul Pogba has decided to step up the security of his home thereby acquiring a £15,000 watchDog.
Pogba has of lately been target by angry Man United fans who picked offense with the midfielder for trying to force a move out during the summer transfer.
You may have missed: Man United transfer news: Solskjaer assured Pogba is staying
The supporters had also painted a ‘Pogba out’ writing on Manchester United training ground in Carrington and Pogba thinks it’s time to get security at home.
The £15,000 dog is believed to be a rottweiler and was purchased from the same company that had sold dog to Marcus Rashford and Phil Jones.
Chaperone K9 is a company that claims they can provide maximum security with their trained security dogs.
You may like: Revealed: Main Reason Why Pogba Was Signed
Chaperone K9 boss, Arnold Richard spoke to the Sun as he voiced out his strong believe in his company’s services.
‘Footballers are obviously targeted individuals,’ Arnold said.
You may have missed: Man United scared Raiola might stop Hattrick freak, Haaland reuniting with Solskjaer
‘They want something that when they go away will keep their family safe.
‘They’re not aggressive animals in the slightest — until called upon.’
Pogba is currently recovering from a knee injury and might be in the squad to face their carabao cup opponents during the mid-week after missing out his side’s woeful 2-0 defeat to in form West Ham United.