FOOTIE ace Paul Pogba has finally got his £300,000 Rolls-Royce back — after leaving it in a police car pound for months.
The Manchester United star ran up storage charges estimated at £5,500 as he left the car unclaimed for 270 days.
Pogba, 28, was stopped in his Wraith Black Badge near Manchester Airport in June because it had Monaco-registered plates.
The World Cup-winner‘s car was put on a low loader and taken away, leaving him with a £150 towing bill.
He was given three points along with a £220 fine and ordered to pay £85 costs at Tameside magistrates’ court in December.
But the France star let the £200-a-day storage fees rack up and took back his luxury motor only earlier this month.
It was spotted on the drive of his £3million home in Hale, Cheshire — still sporting Monaco plates.
A source said: “It’s incredible to think Paul took so long to sort out getting his car back.
“It’s not a little runaround — it’s a stunning limited edition £300,000 Rolls-Royce which anybody would love to sit in, let alone own.
“Instead, it gathered dust because Paul took absolutely ages to sort the necessary paperwork.”
Cars brought into the country by non-citizens must be registered with the DVLA and fitted with UK plates within six months or they are seized.
Following the seizure of the Rolls, he was seen driving a £260,000 Ferrari 812 Superfast, a £270,000 Lamborghini Aventador and a £132,000 Bentley Flying Spur.
He was also spotted behind the wheel of a £115,000 Maserati Quattroporte, a £100,000 Audi RS6 Power R and a £40,000 Chevrolet Camaro.
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