Paul Pogba Visits China’s Forbidden City During Business Trip

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The most expensive footballer in the world, Paul Pogba, is optimizing his trip to China. He’s in the world’s most populous nation on business, as a brand ambassador for his endorsement partner Adidas. Pogba is also making the journey a vacation, as he’s visiting some of the nation’s most world-famous landmarks.

Yesterday we saw his photos from when he did the dab on the Great Wall of China. The photo-opp will no doubt be adored by Pogba fans, and criticized by Pogba haters.

Today, he hit up the Forbidden City in Beijing, one of the world’s most famous landmarks.

Adidas Football sent Paul Pogba over to the Far East in order to open the 2017 Republic of Sports. Additionally, the Frenchman visited the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty—the years 1420 to 1912 (The Forbidden City. He also visited the Great Wall, a majority of the existing segment dates back to the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644).

What an amazing offseason experience Paul Pogba is getting to have!

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