Man Utd star Paul Pogba’s £250,000 Rolls-Royce seen parked in a disabled bay

The £250,000 supercar of Manchester United star Paul Pogba has been pictured parked up in a disabled bay of a shopping centre.

The 25-year-old’s Rolls-Royce Wraith was left in an accessible bay at Manchester’s Trafford Centre.

A shopper, whose wife is disabled, took the photograph and said he did it did not have a Blue Badge displayed in its windscreen.

The image, taken on December 17, also appears to show the luxury supercar poking over the edge of the parking bay.

The shopper, 52, claimed he later saw the same vehicle being driven into Manchester United’s training complex at Carrington on TV.

He told The Mirror: ‘I was with my wife doing my shopping when I saw the Rolls-Royce parked there.

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‘When I looked, the car didn’t have a disabled badge, but it did have a Monaco registration plate.

I don’t follow football so I didn’t know it was a footballer until third parties told me.’

It is unknown whether or not Pogba, 25, had driven the Rolls-Royce that day. Previously, he has been seen sat in the passenger seat due to a driving ban.

In October he was ordered to pay up for a speeding offence after a Mercedes was snapped travelling at 40mph in a 30mph zone.

Pogba had previously had his licence revoked and is thought to have been on a provisional licence.

He has been spotted being taken to the Lowry Hotel, where United gather before matches, in the Rolls-Royce.

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Pogba, who appeared in court, was also ordered to pay £115 costs and a £35 victim surcharge.

The Mercedes was snapped on London Road on the outskirts of the Lancashire city on September 15, last year.

Pogba has been approached for comment by MailOnline.

Pogba had previously had his licence revoked and is thought to have been on a provisional licence when he was caught speeding

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