Paul Pogba buys France team World Cup rings to celebrate 2018 victory
Paul Pogba cashed out on diamond-encrusted rings for the entire French team that won the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
The Manchester United midfielder crafted the custom-made jewelry to commemorate France's success at the tournament in Russia last summer. The rings look more like something from a Super Bowl than the World Cup.
Pogba scored in the final as France defeated Croatia 4-2 in Moscow to add a second star to the country's legacy. He surprised his teammates with the rings after joining up for international duty.
"It's a small gesture after winning a World Cup with great players," Pogba said during a press conference on Wednesday.
"I consider them my family. It's a small gift from me. A small gesture like that is nothing because a World Cup is for life. This ring you can lose, but the World Cup you do not lose that."