Manchester United have shown no intentions so far of extending Paul Pogba's contract at the club, with his time at United possibly reaching its end.
Pogba has less than a year remaining on his current Manchester United contract.
Whilst United have the option to extend his contract by another year, it is very unlikely since the club's hierarchy are yet to make their move with Pogba wanting a dream move to Real Madrid.
This week, Pogba spoke about his desire to play for Real Madrid one day and to be managed by his idol Zinedine Zidane.
However, as it stands he first needs to regain his form for United, after a very slow start to the season and after struggling ever since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer arrived at the club.
Whilst there was no saga surrounding Pogba and his future this summer, he did put pressure on Ed Woodward to extend his contract by claiming that the United chief is yet to contact him over a possible contract extension.
Speaking on Radio Monte Carlo, Pogba said "New United contract? I haven't been told anything. I haven't spoken with Ed Woodward."
He added "We haven't spoken about a renewal. For now, I'm in United and I'm especially thinking about coming back to the best of my ability."