Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola has provided a fresh update on his client's future at Manchester United, going against his previous controversial comments.
Raiola previously claimed that the France international is unhappy at Old Trafford and is keen "to change team" after struggling for a large period of time ever since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer came to the club, and this season, he has been left out of numerous important matches.
However, Raiola has accepted that his previous comment might have bee too over the top, with Pogba issuing a statement on Instagram, where he stated that he is committed to United.
In this statement, Pogba said that he is "100% committed" to Manchester United, and that "When you don’t know what’s going on inside don’t talk".
Despite this, Raiola still talked up the chance of Pogba going to another club at the end of the season.
Speaking with Tuttosport during the Golden Boy Awards, Raiola said "When it comes to him in England they are sensitive, perhaps too sensitive".
He added "In January, the big players hardly move, then in the summer let's see what happens."
Pogba has been surrounded by speculation during all of his time at United, reportedly having a falling out with previous manager Jose Mourinho, whilst also not having the best of relationships with Solskjaer.
Pogba returned to United in 2016, signing for a then-world record fee of £89 million from Juventus, just four years after he had left Old Trafford due to arguments between Raiola and Sir Alex Ferguson.