Pogba’s current deal at Old Trafford expires in the summer and he has not reached an agreement to extend his stay.


A number of clubs across Europe are keeping close tabs on the Frenchman’s situation in Manchester, including his former side Juventus and French giants Paris Saint-Germain.



As it stands Pogba is allowed to sign a pre-contract agreement now to join a non-English club.


However, the Red Devils star does not want to reach pre-contract agreements with any of his potential suitors this season.



Pogba has decided to focus on helping Manchester United fight for a top four spot in the Premier League in the remainder of the season and then turn attention towards his own future post the ongoing campaign.


The 29-year-old could still remain at Old Trafford, with Manchester United open to having him in their ranks, but he is likely to leave in the forthcoming window.



If Pogba becomes a free agent in the summer, his huge salary demands are tipped to dictate where he ends up playing next season.