Paul Pogba has offered an update on his future at Manchester United as he refuses to rule out a potential exit just yet.

Paul Pogba is set to become one of the star attractions as we gear up for yet another busy summer transfer window. The Manchester United superstar is widely expected to leave Old Trafford, with his current deal expiring at the end of the season.

Manchester United have not been linked with any efforts to try and extend the midfielder’s contract, as the club continue to underperform in various competitions this term. It has led to intense speculation over Pogba’s next club, with Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain among the clubs involved in the chase.

In a recent interview with Telefoot, Pogba has offered a crucial update with regard to his future at Manchester United. The midfielder suggested that he is yet to make a decision on his future despite his current deal expiring at the end of the season.

“Nothing is decided on my future, nothing is done. I can decide tomorrow, just as I can decide during the transfer window. I want to bounce back and finish the season well,” Pogba told Telefoot (h/t Goal).

PSG appear to be one of the frontrunners in the race to sign Pogba. The player himself had hinted at a potential move to the French capital earlier this month, stating, “Why not? It’s always nice to play with your team-mates in the national team and club.”

Does a new challenge await Paul Pogba? (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Does a new challenge await Paul Pogba? (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

The Frenchman had also opened up on his struggles with depression during the management of Jose Mourinho. The midfielder doubled up on his struggles at Old Trafford, “You have to tell the truth: there were difficult times, especially when I was in Manchester… When I’m not playing or when the results are not there, coming here gives you a boost.”

Pogba added on Manchester United’s form and his desire to compete for trophies again, “It’s hard to judge this season because there have been a lot of events, between the change of coach, the injuries. The season is not over yet, but almost. We don’t have any more titles to play for. I want to win titles, to play for something. In recent years, we haven’t won any titles, that’s what’s sad.”

The former Juventus midfielder is currently on international duty with France. He was recently involved in a friendly against Ivory Coast, with Les Bleus triumphing 2-1, thanks to a late goal from Aurelien Tchouameni, who is a subject of discussion in the Manchester United camp, potentially as the long-term successor for Pogba.

As for the 2018 World Cup winner himself, an exit seems very much likely despite him remaining coy on the topic his future.

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