Paul Pogba has been incessantly linked with Real Madrid and Juventus but his agent Mino Riola has hinted at a possible stay at Manchester United with his latest comments.
Raiola said earlier this month he was 'in the process' of working on a move for his client Pogba, who said in June it was 'maybe time for a new challenge'. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed that the club has not received any bids for Pogba despite Zinedine Zidane speaking publicly about the possibility of signing Pogba.
Speaking in Turin while attending the medical of his client Matthijs de Ligt who joined Juventus, Riola spoke about Pogba's situation at United again, "The future of people is not written. We will see. Will he stay in Manchester? I live my life day by day."
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer launched an impassioned defense of Pogba last week, suggesting there was an 'agenda' against the France international.