Manchester United must make a crucial decision on the future of Paul Pogba in the current transfer window.
Pogba is out of contract with the Red Devils next summer and is yet to agree fresh terms with the club.
It remains unclear as to how United will approach the situation, though they risk losing the 28-year-old for free in 12 months if a new contract cannot be agreed.
The France international remains the club’s record-signing at £89million and United would struggle to recoup anywhere near that fee should they attempt to cash in on Pogba this summer.
Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has fuelled talk of a potential exit on a number of occasions, suggesting that his client is no longer at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils’ midfielder enhanced his reputation on the back of his impressive individual displays for France at Euro 2020, as he issued a reminder of his quality.
Discussing his future at the club while on international duty with Les Blues, he said: “I have one year left on my contract, everyone knows that.
“There have been no concrete proposals for extensions. I’m still in Manchester.”
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer got the best out of the former Juventus star last season and now hopes to see Pogba remain at the club.
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Describing his relationship with the United midfielder in an interview that took place two months ago, Solskjaer said:
“I have always said with Paul that I enjoy managing him, I enjoy coaching him, I enjoy talking to him and I also enjoy challenging him because he is a winner. He wants to be better and that’s why he listens. You can see he’s enjoying himself here as well.
“He has a smile on his face. It’s important we treat each other with respect and I try to treat everyone with the same amount of respect. But there are some players you have known since they were young lads and that’s the case with Paul: the longer you have known them the easier it is to have a bond with them.”