Manchester United chief Ed Wood has decided on the future of Paul Pogba, per reports.
Pogba fueled speculation over his future on Sunday when he laid bare his desire for a new challenge.
The World Cup has been heavily linked with returning to Turin with the Old Lady, with Real Madrid also thought to be lurking around to sign him.
Since rejoining Manchester United, Pogba has made more news for the wrong reasons and until Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed to manage the Red Devils, his form was below-par.
Aside his display on the pitch, Pogba is a leader in the dressing room and Solskjaer does not want to lose the player.
Although there were claims that he is holding out for a huge pay-rise to stay at Old Trafford, United are yet to offer him a new deal and he still has two years left on his existing contract. United even have the option of triggering a one year extension clause in his deal.
United have lost some midfielders since January. Marouane Fellaini left the club in January and Ander Herrera also called time on his spell this summer. But according to the Evening Standard, Ed Woodward has decided against selling Pogba this summer.
After sealing a move with Madrid, Eden Hazard has reportedly asked Pogba to consider joining him at the club but it is left to be seen how all of these pans out.