The French midfielder has been heavily linked with an Old Trafford exit in the summer with Real Madrid and Barcelona keen
FRENCH duo Paul Pogba and Kurt Zouma have made perfect use of their break from football by making a religious pilgrimage to Mecca to celebrate Ramadan.
The players jetted off to Saudi Arabia following the conclusion of the Premier League on Sunday as they joined millions of Muslims at the holy city.
Pogba shared a photo of himself and the Chelsea defender on Instagram – where the pair stood in front of the Kaaba at the Grand Mosque – the holiest site of Islam.
While the Manchester United midfielder also took it as the perfect time to show off his £530 Gucci cross-body bag.
He captioned the post: “Never forget the important things in life.”
The 26-year-old regularly makes the Hajj pilgrimage to celebrate Ramadan – the trip Muslims embark upon each year to Mecca.
And Pogba could soon be jetting off to Spain after finding himself caught in the middle of a transfer battle between La Liga giants Real Madrid and Barcelona.
The World Cup winner has endured a torrid time at Old Trafford in recent months, culminating with fans ripping into the ex-Juventus ace following the 2-0 defeat against Cardiff.
Pogba was told to “f*** off” by angry supporters who have grown tired of their youth academy star after he flattered to deceive yet again.
It has been reported that the Red Devils are demanding at least £150million should a potential suitor wish to prise the four-time Serie A winner away from the Theatre of Dreams.
Belgian international Youri Tielemans – who impressed on loan at Leicester from Monaco this campaign – has already been lined up as a replacement.
United legend Patrice Evra believes Pogba will be one of the first players out of the United door in the summer after claiming the fans are “killing him”.
Paul Pogba involved in a heated argument with Man Utd fans after defeat to Cardiff