Man Utd star Bruno Fernandes reveals how Paul Pogba turned estate agent and helped him settle after £55m transfer – The Sun

BRUNO FERNANDES has revealed that Paul Pogba turned estate agent in a bid to help him settle quickly into life at Manchester United.

Fans were forced to wait for months to see how the two would link up on the pitch because of the Frenchman's persistent injury problems.

But while the Red Devils' record-buy couldn't instantly help Fernandes in games, it turns out that he was already playing a big part behind the scenes.

In fact, it has emerged that the 27-year-old, who has on occasion worn the captain's armband at Old Trafford, even went out of his way to help his new team-mate find somewhere nice to live.

Fernandes, 25, told Soccer Bible's show The Dial Up: "Paul is the guy who showed me every house.

"He came when I arrived with a book like this and said 'where do you want to live? which price you want to pay? you want house or apartment? and flicked through the pages.

"In that day, he showed me the list, I chose three or four houses… and next day he said 'tomorrow we'll go to check every house'."

Clearly Pogba's kindness paid dividends, with Fernandes instantly settling perfectly into life as a United player.

The £55million star notched two goals and three assists in his first five Premier League outings prior to the coronavirus pandemic reaching England.

And he has picked up where he left off upon Pogba's return, coolly dispatching a penalty won by United's No6 to equalise against Tottenham Hotspur last weekend.

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