Paul Pogba’s four most outrageous hair styles

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It’s always a delight watching Paul Pogba.

The Juventus midfielder possesses an extraordinary ability with the ball at his feet. He nearly scored the goal of the season with a brilliant control and shot against Chievo on Sunday.

But the skills are just part of what makes the Frenchman a fascinating watch. The other part, of course, is the lavish hair styles.


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The Premier League never got to witness Pogba’s array of cool cuts thanks to Manchester United’s decision to let his contract expire in 2012, but England’s loss is Italy’s gain and the 22-year-old seems to unveil a new design with each passing week.

We’ve seen the ‘dab’, musical notes and leopard print all etched on his head. Pogba’s found himself a brilliant barber.

Musical notes


The dab

Leopard print

Pogba is fortunate he was blessed with the ability to play football. Imagine the reaction if he had applied for a job in a retail store with Pac-Man performing the dab on the side his head?

The former Le Havre man scored a brilliant solo goal in Juventus’s 4-0 win on Sunday as the Italian club secured their 12th win in a row.

Pogba, who also grabbed an assist, took his tally to six for the season in another performance that will leave United fans ruing the day Ferguson let him walk out of Old Trafford. Just last month he was named to the 2015 FIFA FIFPro World XI and UEFA Team of the Year.

How desperately United could do with the boy with the leopard print haircut now.

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