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We cannot look away from this video of Rick Astley and a dancing soccer player

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Pogba: World's Most Expensive Footballer

LONDON — What do you get when you add one multi-million dollar football deal, a dancing Frenchman, and Rick Astley?

A mesmerising mashup video involving one multi-million dollar football deal, a dancing Frenchman, and Rick Astley.

SEE ALSO: World-record soccer transfer deal announced in ridiculous Facebook leak

After months of speculation and negotiations that culminated in a world record-breaking contract valued at £89 million ($115 million), Paul Pogba has at long-last returned to Manchester United.

The news of the transfer first leaked in a rather unconventional manner: rapper and United fan Stormzy posted a video to Facebook that ends with him turning around to reveal "Pogba" written on the back of his United jersey.

The announcement also featured the 23-year-old midfielder showing off some pretty sweet dance moves, so, obviously, someone decided to make a spoof. And also rather obviously, that spoof had to involve Rick Astley's 1987 hit Never Gonna Give You Up.

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