Paul Pogba arrives for Man Utd training as passenger in Rolls Royce
Paul Pogba driven to Manchester United training in Rolls Royce following speeding fine as Jose Mourinho and his team prepare for tricky Bournemouth fixture
- Paul Pogba arrived for Manchester United training as a front seat passenger
- On Monday he was fined £350 and given three penalty points for speeding
- United face a tough trip to in-form Bournemouth on Saturday lunchtime
Paul Pogba wasn’t taking any chances regarding further driving punishments as he arrived for Manchester United training on Thursday.
The midfielder was on Monday fined £350 and given three points on his licence after travelling at 40mph in a 30mph zone in his Mercedes.
Pogba chose to skip getting behind the wheel altogether as he arrived at Carrington, instead sitting in the front passenger seat of a Rolls Royce.
Paul Pogba arrives for Manchester United training on Thursday as a front seat passenger
Pogba was on Monday fined £350 and given three points after speeding in his Mercedes
United manager Jose Mourinho, as usual, was chauffeur-driven from his home at the Lowry
He was not the only Manchester United figure to get a lift to training, with manager Jose Mourinho as usual sat in the back seat of a chauffeur-driven car from his base at the Lowry Hotel.
Marcos Rojo was also a passenger, sitting in the front seat of a black Rolls Royce, similar to Pogba’s, sipping on a mug of mate tea.
The likes of Sergio Romero and Scott McTominay meanwhile chose to drive themselves to Carrington, giving the waiting photographers a wave as they entered the training base.
Marcos Rojo was another United player driven to training in the front seat of a Rolls Royce
The Argentine defender sipped on a mug of mate tea as he arrives at Carrington
Mourinho and his charges are in the midst of preparations for three tricky fixtures within the space of eight days.
On Saturday lunchtime they travel to the South coast for a Premier League clash with in-form Bournemouth.
In midweek they fly to Turin for a crunch Champions League clash away to Juventus, who won the return fixture 1-0 at Old Trafford last week.
This is followed on Sunday by arguably their biggest game of the season so far, the Manchester derby against unbeaten neighbours City.
Sergio Romero waves for the camera as he arrives ahead of United’s trip to Bournemouth
Scott McTominay offers a friendly greeting as United prepare for tough upcoming fixtures
Coach Michael Carrick looks focused, with United also facing Juventus and Man City soon
Back-up goalkeeper Lee Grant drives to United training through the rain on Thursday morning
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