Manchester United Player, Paul Pogba has given an assurance to look After Wycombe Wanderers Nigerian Youngster, Nnamdi Oforboh
The Youngster Whose team got recently promoted to the English Championship gave a shout out to his Favourite Player, Paul Pogba and got a response from the French National team star after two trials
Oforboh Tweeted: "I see @daRealAkinfenwa getting mad replies from Liverpool players. I think this is the time to say @paulpogba Ilove you big time! my favourite player ever,"
In response to his tweet,Paul Pogba recorded a video message of himself, Pogba stated in his Message that:
"Hello Nnamdi, it's your boy PP. I heard about you, I just wanted to congratulate you on your promotion to the Championship.
"I heard about your long journey, in football and outside football. For sure, it's not easy, it's difficult what you did.
"I just want to wish you the best - carry on, keep it up, keep doing what you're doing man.
"I'm going to be looking after you, and looking at what you're doing until you get to the Premier League. Keep it up my G, be together, peace man."
Classy gesture from Paul Pogba!
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