Manchester City’s newest striker, Erling Haaland will live in the mansion of departing Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba.

Haaland wants to take over Pogba’s three million pound mansion in Manchester after the Norwegian completed his move from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester City.

Pogba is parting ways with the Red Devils and is not expected to join any other club in the Premier League amidst interest from Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain.

The Mirror reports that Pogba’s five-bedroom mansion located in Hale Barns, Cheshire, with a gym, heated swimming pool, a sauna and an indoor pitch is Haaland’s choice of residence.

Pogba and Haaland are managed by the same company and this makes it easier for the Norway international.

“Erling is keen to get settled down as quickly as possible so he can hit the ground running at City,” a source told the Mirror.

“He and Paul know each other and share the same management team.

“Paul would be happy to rent it if necessary.”

According to him, both players are quite similar characters and like to enjoy life.

EPL: Erling Haaland to take over Paul Pogba’s Manchester mansion