Paul Pogba has appeared alongside UK grime artist Stormzy in a new adidas video, following his world record-breaking $121.8 million transfer from Juventus to Manchester United.

The clip, which features Stormzy spitting bars from his track "Nigo Duppy" in a Manchester United shirt and Pogba pulling out his very best dance moves, was accidentally leaked by the rapper yesterday afternoon. The video was hurriedly pulled from Stormzy's Facebook page after it came to light that the transfer had yet to be completed officially. But of course, the video was copied and shared across the web forcing adidas to release the official version shortly afterwards.

The video comes just a few days after another clip revealed Pogba had been spending some time with Stormzy in London last week. That one featured Pogba making a hilarious attempt to mimic a South London accent.

Pogba's move follows months of intense speculation regarding the French superstar midfielder's future. He returns to Manchester United just four years after he left them for Italian side Juventus on a free transfer. The new Premier League season kicks off this weekend with Pogba's new side taking on Bournemouth on Sunday August 14.

Watch the clip above, then watch the trailer for adidas' new series First Never Follow below.

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