French midfielder Paul Pogba has refused to rule out a move away from Old Trafford after their 4-0 win over Chelsea but insists he is ‘having fun to play for the Red Devils.
Earlier this summer, Frenchman made it clear that he wanted to depart from the Old Trafford by claiming that he wants a ‘new challenge’.
However, despite interest from Juventus and Real Madrid, the Red Devils stood firm and refused to sell the World Cup-winning playmaker.
France international star has played in midfield as the Red Devils got their new Premier League season off to a flying start against their bitter rivals Chelsea on Sunday.
And after the game, the 26-year-old playmaker issued an update on his future with the 20-times English champions.
‘There have been words, the future will tell us… we still remain on this question,’ Pogba told RMC Sport.
‘But I’m in Manchester, I’m having fun with my teammates, I want to win matches
‘I will always give my all when I’m on the pitch.’
Meanwhile, Manchester United reportedly planning to make a £24m bid for Spain youth international winger Dani Olmo that was turned down by Dinamo Zagreb in the summer.
The 21-year-old forward has impressed during a triumphant Euro Under-21 Championship with his national team, claiming the ‘man of the match’ award in the final game against Germany.
Reports claimed that the Red Devils were among several teams interested in securing the services of the midfielder, with Arsenal and Bayern Munich also believed to have been keeping a tab on the player’s situation.
According to Sportske Novosti, the Red Devils put forward a bid worth £24m as the transfer deadline approached, however, were flatly turned down by the Croatian side.