- Manchester United star Paul Pogba could be leaving the Premier League before the start of next season
- The former Juventus star who is currently with the national team claimed that the Red Devils have not offered him new deal
- Paul Pogba has been linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain where his fellow countryman Kylian Mbappe plays
Paul Pogba has delivered a powerful message on his future at Premier League side Manchester United claiming that the club's chiefs have not had any discussion with him.
The France international who is currently ready for EURO 2020 is one of the best midfielders in the world considering his styles of play and even goal scoring sense.
When Jose Mourinho was in charge of Manchester United, Paul Pogba was linked with a move away from Old Trafford due to the bust ups he had with the now Roma gaffer.
But current Manchester United handler Ole Solskjaer was able to convince Paul Pogba to stay despite his agent wanting him to move to Spanish side Real Madrid.
"I have one year of my contract left, everyone knows that. There haven't been any concrete offers yet.
"We haven't spoken. I am still at Man Utd, the only thought I have for the future is the Euros. I have a little more experience than before. I really want to focus on the present, and the present is the Euros today.
"All things about the club, when there are competitions like this, I avoid. That's why I have an agent, and he takes care of all that."
Jubilation as Man United star returns to training for England ahead of Euro 2020 opener against Croatia
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Harry Maguire returned to training with the England national team as they prepare for their Euro 2020 clash with Croatia on Sunday, June 13.
The Man United center-back has been struggling with a niggling ankle injury that kept him away for last few games of the season including their Europa league final loss to Villarreal.
The 28-year-old was also missing in the two England warm up games against Romania and Austria in the past few days.
However, the former Leicester City star was caught on camera along with his teammates in their training session on Thursday, June 10.
It remains uncertain if Maguire will be rushed into England's first competitive game of the tournament against the Eastern Europeans.