Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson believes that midfield starlet Paul Pogba is weighing up his options, as his future at Old Trafford hangs in the balance.
The 18 year-old is caught in a contract wrangle with United over a new long-term deal, with his current contract due to expire in the summer.
As reported by ESPN, Juventus are reportedly interested in the young Frenchman, with some suggestions that he has already agreed a deal with the Italian giants, but Ferguson remains firm in his opinion that Pogba is yet to make his mind up.
Should Pogba decide to remain at Manchester United, it will undoubtedly be a huge positive for Ferguson, who rates him very highly.
Pogba, who joined Manchester United in controversial circumstances in 2009, after quitting French side Le Havre for the Premier League champions, has found it difficult breaking into the first team and has repeatedly found himself playing in the reserves.
However, after missing the Europa League defeat to Athletic Bilbao, he came off of the bench in the 2-0 league win over West Brom.
After the match, Ferguson spoke of his admiration for Pogba, telling MUTV: “ The boy is still trying to make his mind up but he knows where he should be.
“He has shown again the potential he has got and he is a first-team player, there is no question about that."