Manchester United playmaker Paul Pogba is yet to receive a new contract offer from the 20-times English champions, according to the reports.
The Frenchman’s future has been a huge talking point over the past few transfer windows, and with his Old Trafford deal set to expire at the end of next campaign, speculation is rife over his next career move.
The 20-times English champions, head-coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has affirmed that there are “discussions and talks” taking place with French midfielder, Paul Pogba, however, Serie A champions, Juventus are believed to be waiting to pounce if talks fail to bear fruit.
Furthermore, The Telegraph reports that the Red Devils have not yet tabled a new contract for the World Cup winner, who scored the only goal in Thursday’s 1-0 Europa League game last-16 second-leg victory against AC Milan.
Pogba has had to overcome his fair share of injury woes this season, and he has found back of the net five times and provided three assists from 29 games across all competitions during the 2020-21 season.
Should the France international indeed be sold by the team this summer, Solskjaer has reportedly earmarked Atletico Madrid’s playmaker Saul Niguez as an ideal replacement, however, the Red Devils would not be prepared to pay more than £43m for the Spaniard.