One of the sagas of the summer and one that's unlikely to end anytime soon is the current situation surrounding the future of Manchester United's club record signing, Paul Pogba.
The 26 year-old is never too far away from the headlines at the best of times but ever since the re-appointment of Zinedine Zidane as Real Madrid boss, there's been huge amounts of speculation that he will follow his compatriot to the Bernabeu.
Los Blancos have been on a huge €300m spending spree this summer and Zizou has identified the World Cup winner as his primary midfield target, but a move won't come cheap.
Pogba still has three years left to run on his deal at Old Trafford which puts United in the driving seat when it comes to their talismans future, but every player does have their price. The Red Devils are believed to value him at around £150m which means if the La Liga giants are to stump up the cash, they may need to move a few off the books.
Pogba has stated in the past that it would be a dream to play under Zidane and just a few weeks ago when on a promotional tour in Japan, he made his intentions clear. The midfielder stated that now "could be a good time to have a new challenge somewhere else" - words that haven't gone down well with United supporters.
During his second stint at Old Trafford he's been both brilliant and frustratingly inconsistent which led to many fans turning their back on him last season. Many see him as the root of many problems behind the scenes at the club and those comments don't do much to change that view.
Drama seems to follow the 26 year-old and a lot of it comes from his ridiculous agent, the hugely controversial Mino Raiola. The Italian who was recently the recipient of a three month worldwide ban from all football activity is one of the most disliked figures in the game, with many citing him as a reason for Pogba trying to engineer a move away from Old Trafford.
Well today, he finally spoke out on his clients future and just like the words used by the man himself, his will also cause a huge stir amongst the Manchester United fan base.