One of the biggest stories of the summer transfer window and one that's bound to gather more & more momentum, the future of Paul Pogba is never too far away from the headlines.
The 26 year-old is without a doubt one of the best players in the Premier League on his day and Manchester United's most prized asset, but it appears that his days at Old Trafford are numbered.
His high profile spats with former boss Jose Mourinho, apparent lack of desire on the pitch, spats with supporters and now comments made to media about wanting a "new challenge somewhere else" indicates that his time at Old Trafford could soon be up.
However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen on retaining the £89m man despite all this. He knows what a terrific player he can be but it's believed that the United hierarchy won't stand in his way should they receive a substantial bid for his services.
Both Real Madrid and former club Juventus are seriously interested in recruiting the World Cup winner and the Red Devils won't be willing to let him leave on the cheap, with them demanding a figure in the region £150m for their club record signing.
And if they could pull that off, you have to say that it's pretty good business for the Red Devils. It would represent a massive profit on what they paid three years ago and it would also ensure that they remove a negative influence in the dressing room. But then on the flip side, United are losing one of the Premier League's best players and it could send out a negative message going forward.
The Red Devils aren't used to losing players that they want to keep so all of this is quite worrying, but it also shows the transitional phase that they're going through at the moment.
Big changes are both required and forecasted at the club this summer with Solskjaer expected to be very busy in the transfer window. Daniel James has already arrived for £15m from Swansea City, whilst the club also continue to pursue Crystal Palace full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka despite having one bid already knocked back.
The Norweigan is chasing hungry, younger players, opting against the big marquee names of old that have come into Old Trafford and underperformed. This has led to the likes of Issa Diop, Adrien Rabiot, Bruno Fernandes and Leicester & England duo Harry Maguire and James Maddison all linked with moves to the north west.
We all read about the speculation surrounding Manchester United everyday when it comes to Paul Pogba or OGS' targets, but what's the fans take on all of this?
We spoke to @FullTimeDEVILS earlier this week to gauge the fans perspective on all things Pogba and United, with them describing the circus surrounding him as a "mess"...