Manchester United does not have any plans of breaking the bank to extend Paul Pogba stay at Old Trafford, MySportDab reports.
The World Cup winner is set to call it quit with the Red Devils unless they offer him a bumper deal.
Paul Pogba throughout last season was sidelined due to injury but he made it back before project restart.
Since then he has been instrumental despite Bruno Fernandes arrival in the January transfer window.
According to ESPN reports that Manchester United have informed Pogba that they will not sanction a pay rise to keep him at Old Trafford.
Having finally got Alexis Sanchez off their books after completing his move to Inter Milan on a permanent deal.
The Red Devils will not be handing out any more big-money wage such as the £400,000 per week the Chilean was making.
It is said that United are ‘relaxed’ about Pogba’s contract situation, as they are hoping he see out his contract or cash out on him.
His current deal running until 2022, while the player himself faces a fight to re-establish himself in the starting XI.
Paul Pogba is linked with move to top clubs like Real Madrid, PSG And Also his former team Juventus.