Paul Pogba has revealed he has suffered with depression during his career after opening up following a break-in at his family home in Manchester.
The Manchester United star was a victim of the burglary whilst playing for his club against Atletico Madrid last week.
Now linked up with France, Pogba has bravely spoken about his battles with depression.
“I’ve had depression in my career, but we don’t talk about it,” Pogba told Le Figaro, via the Express.
“Sometimes you don’t know you are, you just want to isolate yourself, be alone, these are unmistakable signs.”
He added: “I had quite a surprising week, with the Champions League match where I learned that I am not going to play and when I went home, I discovered that my home was robbed following the entry of three people who stole my safe.
“There was my mother’s jewellery in there, my World Cup medal… What scared me the most, is that my two children were at home with the nanny during the incident.”
Pogba is out of contract this summer and yet to decide his future.
Juventus, PSG and Real Madrid are reportedly interested in the 29-year-old.