The Trailer For Paul Pogba's New Amazon Prime Documentary 'The Pogmentary' Has Dropped
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Paul Pogba's brand new Amazon Prime documentary 'The Pogmentary' will drop on June 17. You can watch an official trailer for the upcoming release below.
It will no doubt cover all aspects of his time at Old Trafford, as well as his spell in Turin with Juventus.
But the Amazon Prime documentary will also cover his childhood in Paris, as well as his move to Manchester at 13 years old after breaking through at French club Le Havre.
Fans will be given unprecedented access to his life, both on and off the field, and Georgia Brown, who is head of European originals at Amazon Studios, says the documentary will give viewers more of a glimpse into Pogba's life away from football.
"Paul Pogba is one of the most prominent talents of his time, so we are thrilled to be collaborating with him with an overall deal and his series 'The Pogmentary'," Brown said.
"We all know Paul for what he can do on a football pitch, but his influence reaches much further, and he is without doubt an icon for an entire generation.
"Through the unprecedented access afforded to us, Prime Video will show the man behind the fame, delving into his life off the pitch and letting him tell his story in his own words."
Pogba, who has been strongly linked with a return to Juventus after it was announced that he will leave United as a free agent, also reveals in the trailer that his next move is a big one.
"I am at a turning point in my career," he says. "I have big decisions to make that will decide my future. And I have no room for error"
The Frenchman has already turned down a move to Manchester City.
He received a flattering proposal from the recently crowned Premier League champions, according to The Athletic, and gave serious contemplation to the offer, but opted to reject the deal, favouring a move to another club.
Pogba's former club Juve, meanwhile, are 'on the brink' of signing the midfielder after offering the midfielder a three-year deal worth around £10 million per season, according to reports in Italy.
Gazzetta dello Sport say he could be announced as a Juventus player this week, but rumours suggest he will announce his future in his upcoming Amazon Prime documentary.
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