Manchester United believe it is increasingly likely that Paul Pogba will leave the club at the end of the season, although he has still not made a final decision on his future, 90min understands.
Pogba has been in extensive talks with United over a new deal and is aware of the contract available to him at Old Trafford.
However, discussions are ongoing with other interested parties, with 90min revealing almost a year ago that Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are the other potential destinations for Pogba this summer.
Although Pogba will land a huge contract no matter which club he joins, finances will not dictate his decision. Instead, 90min understands that his family will be the key motivating factor.
Pogba was the victim of a disturbing burglary last month, with his children in bed while it happened. That is believed to have had a signficant impact on the World Cup winner - to the extent that he is unsure about remaining in Manchester.
Sources close to the player believe that moving back to Turin, where he enjoyed four hugely successful years with Juventus, is an option he is looking at. The 29-year-old is also considering the chance of playing in France, something he has never done before having left Le Havre as a teenager to join United's youth ranks.
Pogba is a Parisian and with Zinedine Zidane set to take over from Mauricio Pochettino as PSG's manager, it strengthens the likelihood that he could be persuaded to move to the Parc des Princes.
Real Madrid remain a contender, but they have made it clear to Pogba's representatives that he is not a ‘priority’ for them at this moment in time.
United are now pushing Pogba to make a decision, and sources have indicated to 90min that the club believe he is looking to leave - though it remains to be seen if Erik ten Hag's imminent appointment as manager will have any impact on what he decides to do next.
Source : 90min