Manchester United have reportedly not yet opened contract talks with Paul Pogba.
The 28-year-old's future at Old Trafford continues to be called into question, with a number of clubs, including Juventus and Real Madrid, said to be keen on signing him during this summer's transfer window.
Pogba has been in strong form for the Red Devils in recent weeks, but his current deal is due to expire next June, meaning that the 20-time English champions would not be in a strong position to negotiate with interested clubs in the upcoming market.
Man United are thought to be determined to keep hold of the France international, who has scored six times and registered seven assists in 38 appearances at club level during the 2020-21 campaign.
Pogba will be bidding to help his club secure second spot in the Premier League and win the Europa League title before representing France in this summer's European Championships.