Paul Pogba’s arrival at Old Trafford this summer delighted thousands of Manchester United fans but it appears not everyone is entirely happy with the Frenchman being in the city.
The midfielder returned to United this summer in a record-breaking transfer from Juventus and is starting to settle into life back in the Premier League after scoring against Leicester last weekend.
Like many new signings arriving in new surroundings, though, Pogba is struggling to find himself a mansion to live in.
Therefore, the club are currently paying for him to stay at the city’s five-star Lowry hotel while he continues to house hunt.
But it seems as though the guests aren’t too impressed with Pogba’s behaviour whilst he's staying there.
According to The Sun, there has been numerous complaints to hotel staff about the noise the most expensive footballer has been making.
Residents have been kept up by music, shouting and singing from United’s number 6 and have expressed their anger.
The guest complaint
A guest told The Sun: “The noise was awful. It was non-stop singing, shouting and crashing about.
“I complained to reception and they said it wasn’t the first time someone had complained, but did nothing.
“It seems because Pogba is so famous and United pay so much to the hotel, ordinary guests don’t matter.”
Pogba’s behaviour comes as a surprise when you consider that his boss, Jose Mourinho, is also staying at the Lowry at the moment.
The Portuguese boss is also still looking for a home and has been living at the hotel for at least 126 nights since being appointed as the new boss at the Theatre of Dreams.
Mourinho, though, is probably keeping the noise down as he attempts to return the club to the summit of English football.
One thing the management at the Lowry could do is to move Pogba’s room move next to Mourinho’s. There certainly won’t be any noise coming from the 23-year-old’s room then.