With Manchester United superstar Paul Pogba heavily linked with Juventus and FC Barcelona ahead of the January transfer window, here is the latest on his future in England.
Although the Frenchman has recently found himself on the bench and out of Jose Mourinho's strongest XI, it might not mean that an exit from the club is looming.
According to the Daily Mail, the Red Devils have no intention of selling the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner in the January window.
Pogba was dropped by Mourinho for United's past two matches, but will reportedly return to the side when the Red Devils take on Valencia in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday.
Mourinho said the 25-year-old will be given a chance to show the world just how talented he is in that fixture, before suggesting that, for Pogba to get back into his starting XI, he needs to play with the same determination and fight as his teammates.
Many publications across Europe have claimed the midfielder will be sold if the right bid comes in, but the club does not see that as a possibility any time soon.
Although Mourinho and Pogba's relationship is seemingly on ice, it appears United will be holding on to their player for now, at least until the end of the season.
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