Manchester United management still favour keeping hold of Paul Pogba this summer.

The Daily Mail says despite Pogba being rehabilitated into United’s first team after injury, it remains unclear whether the £89million superstar will be at Old Trafford next season with Real Madrid and Juventus looking to freshen up their midfield.

While Pogba has received some favourable reviews since returning from a long-term ankle problem, his mistakes cost United goals against Southampton and West Ham — leaving their top-four hopes dependent on today’s final league game at Leicester.

United insist they consider Pogba a world-class player and believe it likely he will remain at the club with two years left on his contract. However, the 27-year-old World Cup winner’s future is a factor in their strategy for the transfer window.