Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has now spoken about his future at the club amidst Paris Saint-Germain transfer links, MySportDab reports.
Pogba has said that there has been no new negotiations for a new contract between his agent and Manchester United.
The French man enjoyed his best form since returning to United in the 2nd half of the 2020-21 season at Manchester United.
However, Pogba’s contract at Manchester United is due to expire at the end of next season.
United triggered a one-year extension in his contract last summer but have failed to tie Pogba down to a new long-term deal.
If a new contract is not agreed before January 2022, Pogba can start negotiating his next transfer with European clubs.
Pogba has been continuously linked with leaving Manchester United again and his agent Mino Raiola believes that is likely.
Speaking at a press conference with the France National Team, Pogba confirmed his contract situation.
“There is still one year left on my contract here which we all know,” Pogba said.
“There have been no offers for a contract extension. I’m still a Manchester United player.
“After the season, I took time for my vacation, so I have not spoken with the managers and coach. I’m currently focused on the Euro.”
Juventus and Real Madrid have been repeatedly linked with signing Pogba over the years.
But, PSG have now emerged as the latest club interested in Pogba over the last few weeks.
Asked about talks with PSG, Pogba said: “Talks with Paris? I have an agent for that. I don’t have the PSG President number.
“My only focus now, is the Euros. I have far more experience than ever and I’m only focused on the Euros.”
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