Paul Pogba has insisted he has not held talks with Manchester United about extending his contract at Old Trafford as yet.
The French midfielder is entering the final year of his deal this summer, meaning he will be allowed to leave Manchester United on a free transfer next year.
Indeed, should he fail to sign a new deal this summer, he will be free to talk to sides about a free transfer come the January transfer window.
That makes a move away possible in this transfer window, and Mino Raiola has already made very public comments on the matter, making it clear he and Pogba are seeking a move.
That is something he has pulled back on over the last few months, although there have recently been several rumours about contact with Paris Saint Germain.
The Manchester United midfielder has avoided talking about diligently until today when he was asked about the stories in a press conference with the French national side.
“Contacts with Paris? There’s a year left on my contract; everyone knows that,” RMC Sport report him saying.
“I haven’t had a concrete offer to renew (from Manchester United). I haven’t sat down with the directors and the manager; I’m still at Manchester.
“My only thought, now, is the Euros. I’m focused. I’ve got more experience than before. I’m focused on the present, the Euros.
“I have an agent that deals with all that. I don’t have Nasser [Al-Khelaifi]’s number.”