Paul Pogba has kicked off his own individual pre-season programme as speculation continues to swirl about his Manchester United future.
The France international is still on holiday following his exertions at Euro 2020 as he enjoyed a good tournament on an individual basis.
Pogba is currently in Miami as his United teammates start their preparations in the equally sunny climates of Carrington.
His future remains murky at Old Trafford, with just 12 months remaining on his deal and talks believed to be at an impasse.
Mirror Sport understands that Pogba has rejected a new £50million contract at Manchester United, meaning they could be forced to sell him.
United paid a club-record £89m to bring the academy graduate back to the club in 2016, but has failed in his quest to bring the title back to the red half of Manchester.
Faced with the prospect of losing him for nothing in 12 months’ time, United bosses could be willing to accept a bid of around £45m for his services.
Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly considering a bid and are ready to sell some of their stars in order to fund their approach.
But while the rumour mill goes into overdrive this side of the Atlantic, Pogba is enjoying some time stateside, taking in an Inter Miami match.
He failed to bring any luck to David Beckham’s franchise however, as manager Phil Neville saw his side thumped 5-0 by New England Revolution.
It was Inter’s sixth defeat on the spin, with serious questions being asked about Neville’s abilities in the dugout.
Pogba took in the game with international colleague and PSG defender Presnel Kimpembe, before focusing on training today.
The 28-year-old took to social media to show his workout pics at the University of Miami’s sports complex.
In his last public interview regarding contract negotiations, Pogba revealed that he had yet to sit down for any talks with bosses, likely waiting for the end of the European Championships.
“There is no concrete proposal (from United) yet,” he explained last month. “I haven’t sat down with the directors and the manager, I am still in Manchester.
“My thinking now is the Euros. I am focused. I have more experience than before, I am focused on the present and that is the Euros. I have an agent who takes care of all that.”
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