• Paul Pogba made another hint that he will be Old Trafford in favor of Juventus
  • Manchester United has an offer for him that remains on the table
  • The French playmaker's agent says that they will wait and see what happens first

Manchester United midfield maestro Paul Pogba recently dropped a hint that he may be returning to his old stomping grounds after his time at Old Trafford is up.

Club football is currently on a break as players attend to their international duties, and Pogba’s France side was able to conjure a magical comeback 3-2 victory against Chelsea star Romelu Lukaku and Belgium.

In a post-match interview, Pogba then dropped the latest hint that he plans to leave the club very soon but remains committed to them until then.

“I always talk to the Juve players. I am in Manchester, I have a year left at Manchester United and then we’ll see. I want to do well as long as I’m at Manchester and then we’ll see,” Pogba told the media via NBC Sports.

It is no secret that Manchester United has been pushing Pogba to decide on what he plans to do already to prepare for either a life with or without the French playmaker.

Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano confirmed that the English Premier League side has been working hard to get Pogba to commit to a decision as early as now.

“Paul Pogba has a contract extension proposal on the table from Manchester United since last July. Long-term new deal and increased salary,” Romano said in a tweet.

“But there’s no final answer yet from Pogba's side and his agent [Mino] Raiola. Manchester United is waiting for his decision--pushing for months.”

Mino Raiola said in September that they “will talk to Manchester [United] and see” where they go from there.

“For sure Turin has remained in his heart and he cares a lot about these things. The possibility of returning to Juventus is there but it also depends on Juve [Juventus],” Raiola mentioned as quoted by the Manchester Evening News.

Pogba has played a major role in Manchester United’s solid start to the season.

Although he is yet to score a goal in seven Premier League fixtures, he was able to create big opportunities for his side to score, producing seven assists in the process.