Manchester United playmaker Paul Pogba has claimed that he is yet to receive any “concrete proposals” from his current club over a potential new deal.
The France international playmaker’s current contract at Old Trafford is set to expire next June, and there is again rumours surrounding his future with the Red Devils.
A recent report suggested that the Red Devils have now entered into talks with the World Cup winner in the hope of agreeing on a new long-term contract.
However, Pogba has denied that there have been any talks between the two parties, and the 28-year-old midfielder is currently fully focused on playing for Didier Deschamps team at EURO 2020.
“I have one year left on my contract, everyone knows that,” Pogba told RMC Sport. “There have been no concrete proposals for extensions. I’m still in Manchester. After the season there was the vacation, so I didn’t sit down with the managers and coach. I’m focused on the Euro.”
European giants, Juventus, Barcelona, PSG and Real Madrid are all believed to be keeping close tabs on the developments surrounding the central midfielder.
The French midfielder is likely to be a top transfer target for Juventus incoming boss Maximiliano Allegri.