Real Madrid are reportedly still interested in signing Paul Pogba, according to Spanish news outlet, Marca.
Pogba is out of contract next summer, and is allowed to begin speaking to non-Premier League clubs from January.
According to the report, the spanish side are expecting a decision from the 28 year old as early as January, with Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus also said to be keen on signing him.
Pogba has struggled to maintain a brilliant start to the season, which saw him picking up four assists in the 5-1 win over Leeds United. A red card against Liverpool, after he came on from the bench, and a string of other poor performances have drawn criticisms the way of the Frenchman.
United are undecided on whether to keep him or not, especially with his spiralling form, and negative reports in the media.
Pogba previously left United on a free in his first spell before he was bought back for a fee over £90 million in 2016.