Paul Pogba handed four-year ban from football for doping | Football

Pogba failed a test last year (Picture: Getty)

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been handed a four-year ban from football over a failed drugs test.

The 30-year-old, a World Cup winner with France, failed doping test due to elevated levels of testosterone in August last year while playing for Juventus.

He was provisionally suspended in September.

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