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Paul Pogba gives himself up with an open heart in the documentary “The Pogmentary” released last Friday on Prime Video. He shares his daily life and talks about his wife Zulay and their relationship. To avoid confusion within his couple, the footballer knows very well what are the subjects to avoid!

The documentary dedicated to the great football player Paul Pogba is therefore finally available. On this occasion, fans can find out more about the athlete, but also about his family life.

The beautiful love story of Paul Pogba and Zulay

The 29-year-old footballer is spinning the perfect love with his wife he met in 2017. Since then, the two lovebirds have been the happy parents of two little boys, Shakur (3 years old) and Keyann Zaahid (born in early 2021). Through this documentary, fans will be able to discover the intimate life of Paul Pogba who does not hesitate to indulge. He has already proven it in an interview, in fact, recently he spoke in particular of the period of depression that he had to go through.

In the documentary, fans will discover that his wife had no idea that her husband was a famous footballer at the start of their relationship. The star of the program explains that subsequently his wife Zulay ended up taking an interest in football, but without much conviction:

Zulay, she started watching football compared to me, but our life was not based on football.

A point of contention

If the young mother does not know much about the world of football, her husband doesn’t seem to mind, who on the contrary appreciates the fact that their conversations do not revolve around that. He explains:

Can you imagine, I’m going home, we’re talking about football, she says to me: ‘Ah but there on this pass, or on this intervention, you didn’t do this, you didn’t do that’… no, we going to get confused every day!

Paul Pogba and his wife @Instagram

Married since 2019, the two lovebirds know what topics to avoid. Apparently, there is obviously no debrief after a match, once back home and that’s good for the footballer who wants to avoid conflicts.

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