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 By Chris Wright

Man United's Paul Pogba poses on Great Wall at Forbidden City in China

After making a pilgrimage to Mecca last month, Paul Pogba, the Manchester United midfielder, pitched up in China on the latest leg of his world tour. Just a few days after playing in France's friendly win over England, Pogba hit the tourist trail. He kicked things off by performing a "dab with a view" atop the Great Wall.

Dab with a view ������ @adidasfootball #pogchina #heretocreate #greatwall

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He then posed for a mass selfie with a gang of Manchester United supporters at a promotional event in Beijing.

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The 24-year-old then rounded things off with a jaunt to the Forbidden City, where he was once again more than happy to pose for the cameras in front of the ancient Gate of Supreme Harmony.

Forbidden City vibes ����☀#pogchina #heretocreate

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Saudi Arabia, Paris and China in less than three weeks? That's quite the voyage. Think of all those precious air miles.

With the new season kicking off in just 52 days' time, you can hardly blame Pogba for squeezing in as much sight-seeing as possible into his all-too-brief offseason.

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.

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