With Paul Pogba having still not signed a new contract at Manchester United, here is the latest on his future ahead of the January transfer window.
According to the Daily Mirror, the Red Devils will only sell the 28-year-old in January if he confirms that he has no intention of signing a new deal in England.
Pogba's current contract at United expires at the end of this season, with clubs such as Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid said to be interested in his signature.
As of next month, he will legally be allowed to listen to offers from those sides, although he has not yet given any indication as to what his next move could be.
ESPN has claimed that the 20-time English giants expect the Frenchman to remain in Manchester beyond January, despite the constant uncertainty surrounding his future.
Here is where Pogba ranks among the highest-paid players at United:
Pogba returned to the Old Trafford-based club in 2016 after four years with Juventus in Italy, where he grew to become considered as one of the best midfielders in the world.
While he has had some impressive spells of form and good moments in England, it seems the majority of football fans and pundits believe he has not quite fulfilled expectations since returning to United.
His 2021/22 campaign has been interrupted by injuries and a suspension, with Pogba having not featured in the Premier League since United's 5-0 loss to Liverpool in October.