SPORT: Football Paul Pogba reveals he has endured from depression and his World Cup medal was stolen during recent burglary.

And the France mid­field­er, 29, unveiled his 2018 World Cup win­ning order was stolen when his home was late­ly broke in.

In an inter­view in his moth­er­land, Man­ches­ter Unit­ed star Pog­ba stated“I have had depres­sion in my career, but we do not talk about it.
“ Occa­sion­al­ly you do not know you are, you just want to insu­late your­self, be alone, these are unmis­tak­able signs.”

The thiev­ery happed in Man­ches­ter on March 15-the same night Unit­ed exit­ed the Title­hold­ers League at the last-16 stage to Atleti­co Madrid.
Pog­ba told Le Figaro“I’m OK, my fam­i­ly too.

“I had quite a aston­ish­ing week, with the Title­hold­ers League match where I learned that I’m not going to play and, when I went home, I dis­cov­ered that my home was bur­gled fol­low­ing the entry of three peo­ple who stole my safe.

“ There was my mama’s jew­ellery in there, my World Cup medal …
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“What spooked me the most, is that my two kids were at home with the nurse dur­ing the incident.

“ She heard every­thing, called my woman and secu­ri­ty, also locked her­self with the boys ( aged 1 and 2) in a room.
“ For sev­er­al days lat­er, she was in shock.

“The most impor­tant thing is that my chil­dren are doing for­fei­ture.”
Pog­ba is present­ly back in his moth­er­land on transna­tion­al duty.

Les Bleus take on Ivory Coast here­after in Mar­seille, before host­ing South Africa in Lille.

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