French midfielder Paul Pogba isn’t ruling out signing a new deal with Manchester United.
The player is entering his final year at the club and there have been reports that he might leave with Real Madrid, Juventus, and Paris Saint Germain all interested in his services.
When asked if he was headed for PSG in France camp, Pogba said: “I have one year left on my contract, everybody knows that. I have not yet had a concrete contract extension offer.
"I do not want to hear: 'He is not focused on the Euros because he is thinking about his future.' I have more experience than before."
While Pogba’s future has always been a subject of speculation after his agent Mino Raiola said he would be finding a new team for his client, the Athletic reports that the Frenchman is open to extending his stay at Old Trafford.
Pogba impressed at the back end of the most recent campaign, playing a key role in United's second-place PL finish and run to the aforementioned final.
There have been claims that while teams want Pogba, no one is willing to match his current salary at United with United keen on adding him more money in the new deal they are set to offer.