Paul Pogba, the Manchester United playmaker, claims that he has yet to receive any “solid ideas” from his present club on a potential new contract.
The France international playmaker’s current deal at Old Trafford is scheduled to expire in June, and speculation over his future with the Red Devils is once again rife.
According to a recent rumor, the Red Devils have begun discussions with the World Cup champion in the hopes of reaching an agreement on a new long-term deal.
Pogba, on the other hand, has disputed that the two sides have been negotiating, and the 28-year-old midfielder is presently focused on playing for Didier Deschamps’ team at EURO 2020.
“Everyone knows I have one year remaining on my contract,” Pogba told RMC Sport. “No specific recommendations for expansions have been made. I’ve stayed in Manchester for the time being.
I didn’t meet down with the managers and coach after the season since I was on vacation. I’m concentrating on the Euro.”
Juventus, Barcelona, PSG, and Real Madrid are all thought to be keeping a close eye on the situation involving the central midfielder. For Juventus’ new manager, Maximiliano Allegri, the French midfielder is considered to be a priority transfer target.