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Paul Pogba dances away from haircut after flying barber from UK to Italy

Paul Pogba flew his barber over from the UK to Italy to get his hair cut – and you can be sure it wasn't a short back and sides job.

Celebrating his new life in Turin, the midfielder even performed a little jig with the former Manchester United star looking in high spirits. That is despite the fact that the 29-year-old is currently injured – an issue that could threaten his World Cup with France.

Nevertheless, Pogba is looking sharp and it only took his barber a trip to Italy to get one of his favourite clients his unique haircut. Celebrity hairstylist A-Star Barbers is used to trimming the biggest stars' mops but Pogba requires closer surgery.

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His new haircut sports a close trim with intricate patterns sheered onto his scalp. And the Frenchman looked over the moon after the finishing touches were complete.

Breaking out into dance and feeling his new haircut, Pogba posted a video on Instagram with the caption: "Injured or not still vibing @astarbarbers my guy you know the vibe."

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Earlier this month, the midfielder suffered a fresh injury in his knee that could rule him out for three months. Though Juventus insisted the problem is not serious, it has the potential to end any chance he has of reaching the World Cup this winter in Qatar.

Pogba ended his six-year stint at Old Trafford this summer when his contract expired where he became the world's most expensive player after joining for £89million in 2016. His last campaign was fraught with injury troubles, including one on international duty which saw the player miss out on over four months of action.

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