Paul Pogba insists he wants to finish the season strongly but has refused to say whether he will commit his long-term future to Manchester United.
Pogba’s contract expires next summer and he will be a free agent, although from January 1 he will be free to speak to teams across Europe unless a new deal can be reached to keep him at Old Trafford.
The World Cup-winner left the club previously on a free transfer — as a teenager — to join Juventus, where he won four consecutive Serie A titles.
Despite costing a fortune to bring back, the Frenchman has often failed to reach the same heights as he did in a Juventus shirt — and on the international stage with France, too.
Pogba was asked by an Italian TV channel (Mediaset) whether he would return to Juventus following last night’s Nations League win over Belgium.
“I always speak to my former Juventus team-mates, like Paulo [Dybala],” he said, as quoted by the Manchester Evening News. “I’m in Manchester, I’ve still got a contract there for a year and then we’ll see.
“I want to finish well there in Manchester, then we’ll see what happens.”