Latest Sports Scores

Scoreboard

  • ALL
  • NBA
  • MLB
  • NHL
  • NBA
  • 5/25 8:30 PM EDT
    CLE0
    BOS0
  • MLB
  • 5/25 12:10 PM EDT
    Pit0
    Atl0
  • 5/25 1:05 PM EDT
    KC0
    NYY0
  • 5/25 1:05 PM EDT
    Col0
    Phi0
  • 5/25 1:10 PM EDT
    LAA0
    TB0
  • 5/25 2:20 PM EDT
    SF0
    ChC0
  • 5/25 12:05 PM EDT
    Sea0
    Was0
  • 5/25 6:10 PM EDT
    Cin0
    Cle0
  • 5/25 7:10 PM EDT
    Tex0
    Bos0
  • 5/25 7:10 PM EDT
    SD0
    NYM0
  • 5/25 8:10 PM EDT
    Ari0
    Mil0
  • 5/25 8:10 PM EDT
    Det0
    Hou0
  • 5/25 10:10 PM EDT
    StL0
    LAD0
  • NHL
  • 5/25 8:00 PM EDT
    OTT0
    PIT0

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

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.

For your viewing pleasure:

Follow AOL Sports on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Pogba arrives for United medical

Read Full Story

Sign up for Breaking News by AOL to get the latest breaking news alerts and updates delivered straight to your inbox.

Subscribe to our other newsletters

Emails may offer personalized content or ads. Learn more. You may unsubscribe any time.