The World Cup winner’s future has been a source of a lot of debate in the summer transfer window but Pogba remained at Manchester United beyond the close of the Premier League’s transfer window.
However, top European clubs are still able to sign the Manchester United midfielder given that other countries such as Italy and Spain have a different deadline day.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opted to start Pogba for Manchester United’s opening game against top-four rivals Chelsea FC in the Premier League at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Pogba justified his inclusion with two assists in Manchester United’s 4-0 victory over the Europa League winners to make a great start to the new domestic season.
However, the 26-year-old soured a promising beginning by casting further doubt over his future at Manchester United in the long term.
Speaking to RMC, as quoted by Sky Sports, about his future at Manchester United, Pogba said:
“I am always good when I play football. I am doing what I love, it’s my job. I will give the maximum every time I will be on the pitch.
“Now, we know there have been things said. Time will tell. We remain still on this big question mark.
“I am at Manchester. I am having fun with my team-mates. I want to always win the matches. I will always give everything when I am on the pitch.”
Both Juventus and Real Madrid have been linked with the Manchester United club record signing over the summer months.
Goals from Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Daniel James sealed a resounding victory over Chelsea FC.
Manchester United will return to Premier League action with a trip to Wolves on Monday 19 August.
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