Paul Pogba net worth 2022: How much has the France star earned in his career?

Throughout his career, Paul Pogba has cemented himself as one of the world’s best players and has consequently accumulated a considerable net worth.

Pogba’s innate understanding of the game and an ability to pick out the perfect pass have been evident throughout his time at Juventus and Manchester United. However, at Old Trafford, he wasn’t always able to showcase his best form consistently.

There is no denying that Pogba has enjoyed some successful times with the Red Devils, too. In the 2018/19 season, the Frenchman scored 13 goals and provided nine assists in the Premier League.

One of his most memorable moments came against Manchester City in 2018. With United 2-0 down at half-time, Pogba sparked the ultimate comeback with two well-taken second-half goals. United won the game 3-2. Had City won it, they would have crowned Premier League champions on the day.

But a mixture of injuries and inconsistency has affected Pogba in his latter days as a Red Devil. And now, the 29-year-old has confirmed that he will indeed leave the Theatre of Dreams in his rearview mirror. Pogba took to Twitter to reveal the news to his 10.1 million followers.

He said: “I feel privileged to have played for this club. Many beautiful moments and memories but most importantly an unconditional support from the fans. Thank you, Manchester United.”

United responded in a polite fashion, as they bid farewell to the gifted midfielder.

They said: “Once a red, always a red. Thank you for your service.”

As soon as the news broke, the rumour mill immediately sprang into life over his next destination. But whilst we don’t yet know where he’ll play next season, we know that he is bound to make a lot of money.

What is the 2022 net worth of Paul Pogba?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, the footballer has generated a whopping $125 million valuation of himself. In addition, his United salary was reported to come in at £250,000-a-week, meaning his annual salary is around £15 million per year.

That is hardly surprising when you consider he’s won the World Cup, lifted four Serie A titles, and picked up a Europa League trophy for equal measure.

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He also has several endorsement deals, including a ten-year contract worth $31 million with Adidas. But he isn’t just all about himself. In 2017, he played in a charity game for his former teammate Juan Cuadrado’s foundation. He used the event to launch his own charity, ‘The Paul Pogba Foundation‘.

Two years later, on his 26th birthday, he joined forces with Charity: Water, with the intent of bringing safe drinking water to people in underdeveloped countries.

In 2020, again on his birthday, the France star launched a Facebook fundraiser to raise funds for Unicef’s work helping young children during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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