Paul Pogba is reportedly sparking the interest of two unnamed Premier League clubs amidst the interest of European giants.
The French has a contract that ends at the end of the season, and with a few months left, interest begins to flare up.
Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are the top clubs interested in finding a midfielder, and contact between agents and clubs continues.
Pogba will leave Man United for the second time on a free transfer, as he did in 2012 when he left for Juventus.
The Peoples Person recently announced that the 29-year-old could stay in England but move to another Premier League team next season.
No official offer was made to give the midfielder a free transfer, according to Sky Sports News, but the two Premier League clubs have also been in contact with the Pogba camp.
The 29-year-old has yet to disclose his position on remaining at Old Trafford beyond this season.
However, no official contract talks took place since last summer.
It is rumored that the appointment of United’s next permanent manager will have a huge impact on Pogba’s future.
The French recently opened up in an interview about the difficult times during his second time in Manchester.
Pogba discussed going through depression, especially under Jose Mourinho.
United fans will be hoping Pogba will decide his future in the coming weeks as the club seeks to appoint the next full-time manager.