The future of Paul Pogba is always one of the hottest topics in the Premier League and this summer, it looks like he could be set to move on from Manchester United for the second time.
The 26 year-old World Cup winner is a man in-demand at the moment with Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid and former club Juventus interested in taking him away from Old Trafford, but it won't be easy.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still sees the midfielder as an integral part of his plans for the future and they're keen to retain a player they paid a club record £89m for just three years ago. But comments made by the man himself recently won't please them, as it appears his mind is elsewhere.
When speaking on part of a promotional tour in Tokyo, he admitted that "it is a good time to have a new challenge somewhere else" which will be music to the ears of Zidane and new Juve boss Maurizio Sarri. But whether Pogba does indeed get made available for transfer or not, it will cost an outrageous sum of money for them to part with their prized asset.
United expect him to stay at the club but contingency plans have been made on the chance that they do indeed have to cash in on him - with them valuing the France international at a massive £150m. He still has two years to run on his deal in Manchester with the club holding the option to extend it by a further year, so the ball is really in United's court at the moment.
It's clear that on his day Pogba is one of the best players not just in the Premier League but in the world, but his behaviour both on and off the pitch, along with his disruptive influence in the dressing room has led to concerns from United chiefs & could play a part in a possible departure.
Solskjaer is looking to kickstart a new era at Old Trafford, with younger, hungry players at the heart of it. Having a fully focused, prime Pogba would be a massive asset but if he's unhappy and a disruptive influence in the dressing room, it could be best for both parties if he was to move on.
So what should the Red Devils do?