Watch as Pogba gives Matic a ‘taxi’ ride through Man Utd’s training ground in a buggy as midfielder jokes it’s a new car

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PAUL POGBA bagged another assist at Man United’s training complex by playing taxi driver for team-mate Nemanja Matic.

The Frenchman swapped his Rolls Royce for a golf buggy as he dropped off the Serbian star at the club’s canteen.


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Paul Pogba was flagged down by Nemanja Matic[/caption]

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Pogba played taxi driver while driving around in a buggy [/caption]

Pogba, 27, was left without his favourite motor last month when his Rolls Royce was seized because it had French number plates.

But he had no trouble getting behind the wheel of the buggy and was more than happy to oblige when he was flagged down by Matic.

They even drove past Marcus Rashford’s stunning Mercedes in which Pogba was happy to point to the camera.

When Pogba arrived at the door of the canteen, he told Matic that his first ride was free but asked for his shirt as payment.

Carrying a stretcher among a number of bags, the 27-year-old was also clocked by goalkeeper David De Gea.

The Spaniard joked: “Hey bro, you bought a new car?”

Pogba replied: “Yea bro, I can’t drive my other car so I had to buy this one.”

The Frenchman’s return to the squad has been the driving force in their late push for a Champions League finish.

United’s 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace on Thursday night means they are level points with Leicester in fourth and just one point behind Chelsea with two games remaining.

The Red Devils also play Leicester on the final day of the season which could determine who seals a top four finish.

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Matic jumped in the back and received a lift to the canteen[/caption]

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Pogba even pointed out Marcus Rashford’s flash motor[/caption]

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David De Gea couldn’t resist having a joke when he saw Pogba[/caption]

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