Paul Pogba has revealed he will decide on his future at Manchester United in the summer after he ruled out a return to Juventus.
The 28-year-old Frenchman will become a free agent at the end of the season if he does not sign a new deal at Old Trafford.
Recent reports have suggested that he is now happier at Man Utd than before when speculation was rife that he wanted to leave.
But when Italian media asked about his club’s future after France’s victory over Belgium in the Nations League, Pogba refused to do anything.
Talking to Mediaset as reported fabrizio romano, he added: “I love Turin! I always talk to former Juve teammates like Dybala.
“I’m in Manchester now, I’m on contract until June, then let’s see.
“I want to finish this season at the best level – then we see”
Pogba left Man Utd in 2012 for Juventus, where he would play 178 times for the Serie A giants, scoring 34 goals.
He then returned to Old Trafford in the summer of 2016, a record transfer fee of £89.3 million at the time.
He has since scored 38 times in 208 matches for the Red Devils.
But in the five years since his return to the English club, he has won just one League Cup and one Europa League.
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This is fewer than the four Serie A titles, two Coppa Italia and two Supercopas he won during his four seasons with Juve.
Pogba has also had international success with France as a key part of their 2018 World Cup winning side.
However, the Frenchman has enjoyed a great start to the new season, only making seven assists in seven Premier League games.