Paul Pogba hasn't been comfortable at Manchester United for quite a long time, even though the midfielder's form has really improved since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed as the team's boss.
Either way, it looks like the Frenchman has no emotional ties with his club and would be more than willing to make a comeback to Juventus, where he was at his best from day one.
Still, Manchester United will have the last chance to keep their World Cup champion, but they must make next year's UEFA Champions League if they want Pogba to stay.
Should they miss out on Europe's top-tier tournament next year, the Frenchman would most likely be on his way out of the team, according to Tuttosport.
Pogba has had a lot of up and downs throughout his career as a Red Devil, but there's no denying his talents and ability to impact the game in both sides of the pitch.
The Red Devils are currently sitting at the 5th spot of the Premier Leauge table, trailing Arsenal by just one point and leading Chelsea by a couple of points.
The team has found a lot of success amid Solskjaer's appointment following the sacking of Jose Mourinho, but they can't afford to take their feet off the gas if they want to keep their young stars at Old Trafford beyond next season.