A combo image shows social media star Just Sul and Paul Pogba pose for a photograph.
The Manchester United star Paul Pogba met Indian social media star Just Sul in Dubai.
The video of the meeting went viral on social media.
Pogba wrote on his Instagram, “This guy is just too FUNNY 😂 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 @justsul
Sul wrote, “Man Sulnited 👹⚽️🇫🇷🏆 thank you world champ for signing your shirt on my belly and wish you speedy recovery — your team needs you! @paulpogba ❤️ #Pogb..."
Pogba gifted a Man Utd jersey to Sul.
The social media star wanted Pogba to sign the jersey for him, and he wanted it signed over his belly.
Pogba and his associates laughed over it, but eventually accepted the request.
Netizens went crazy over the hilarious scene.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned Pogba's agent Mino Raiola that it is the club who will decide the French World Cup winner's future.
Pogba's long-time representative has been at loggerheads with the United hierarchy in recent years and angered the Red Devils once more this week by casting fresh doubt on where Pogba will be next season.
But for the time being, Pogba is taking his time off from the field and enjoying the sun in Dubai.
Shantinath Sul, who is popular known as Just Sul, hails from the Indian state of Maharashtra. He is a mechanical engineer and has millions of followers on social media platforms. Sul is known for his unique contribution in shaping online comedy and the art of celebrity impersonation.
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