Manchester United is open to listening to offers for midfielder Paul Pogba.
The Frenchman's contract with the club will come to an end in the summer and with his agent, Mino Raiola said to be looking for a club to accommodate his client, there have been problems with his wages.
According to ESPN, United reached a decision on the future of the player, depending on the stance he takes surrounding the contract situation. They are ready to hear offers from other clubs in the January transfer window if the midfielder has no intentions to renew his current contract.
The player is free to sign a pre-contract with any club of his choice next month but he is yet to have cleared the air of the situation as the transfer window draws close.
While United expects him to stay until the summer, they are unsure what path Pogba would take moving forward. He is currently sidelined due to an injury that he picked up during the international break, which could disrupt the possibility of a January move.
New Man United boss Ralf Rangnik said previously that he was happy to work with the Frenchman but would not keep any player who wants to leave the club in the future.