One of Paul Pogba's brothers has been caught in the middle of a row between two Spanish clubs after he was wrongly announced as a new signing for a team whose fans seemingly select the starting XI.
Mathias Pogba currently plays his football for CD Manchego Ciudad Real in the lower leagues of Spanish football, but was recently announced as a new signing by rivals Lorca, who play in the fourth division.
However, Manchego has since insisted that the 29-year-old has not left the club, although BBC Sport has reported that he is close to sealing a move.
"The player, today, continues to have a valid card with our club," Manchego said in a statement via their website.
In the post about Pogba's supposed arrival, Lorca included a link to a smartphone app that is understood to allow supporters to choose the starting line-ups for games.
According to BBC Sport, the app's description reads: "Manager Real Football is an application that allows the user to make decisions in the sports and economic management of a real football club of the Spanish league.
"You can assume the role of football coach during the matches and the general manager in the day to day; With MRF you have the unique possibility in the world of leading a real football team, in real matches, and all in a Spanish league, where the best players on the planet play.
"Your goal: to take the team to the First Division of Spanish football."
The forward has previously represented clubs such as Wrexham, Pescara, Sparta Rotterdam and Tours FC, among others, and has been capped by Guinea five times.
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