Paul Pogba's Manchester United future is apparently secure for next season, as things stand.
Following a lull in speculations around the last quarter of last season, reports of Pogba's exit gradually returned to the news since the start of this month.
However, the leading transfers journalist, Fabrizio Romano, has since reported that there have been no approaches or bids for the talented Frenchmen.
Manchester United are currently not negotiating with any club for Pogba - despite rumours about €50m value with 1 year left on his contract, Man Utd won’t sell Paul for this fee. 🔴— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 23, 2021
New contract negotiations not advanced yet - but #MUFC will try to keep Pogba this summer.
Meanwhile, Pogba is expected to inspire France into a 2020 Euro last 16 place as Les Bleus take on Portugal on Wednesday to conclude the group stage.