God, family & children: Paul Pogba speaks of his other side
- The Frenchman hopes to be an example for many
- He has a special connection to his family who worship God
- He'd love to have a child in the future
Paul Pogba discussed his private life with Le Figaro: ''I hope to be an example to many people. Everything I have, God has given me, but it is not for me to keep it for myself. My education and religion have taught me things like helping one another, respecting others, delivering a good message.
''Religion soothes me. When I'm alone, with my family, we take time for that. I've opened my eyes to a lot of subjects. To remain humble, not to be in my bubble, are beautiful words, but above all a reality.''
He then went on to discuss family matters: ''What does a man dream about? Start a family, have children. I want a large family, but I also know that having a baby is a privilege. If I already have one, it will be a gift from God. Children are the future of life.
''The importance of my family? Essential. My brothers, my mother, they make me see things differently and they are always good advice. We dance, we sing, we always love it, it's in our DNA.''