The Frenchman’s contract at Old Trafford is due to expire in just over a year’s time but he appears to be not too concerned about his future.
Paul Pogba is yet to receive “any concrete offers” from Manchester United regarding a contract extension.
Pogba’s second spell at Man United has been blighted by injuries while he has also been unable to deliver up to the expectations.
However, the midfielder, who played a crucial role in the Red Devils’ second-placed Premier League finish and their run up to the Europa League final, has become a key part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s plans.
It has been reported United have opened talks with him to extend his stay at the club beyond June 2022 but the Frenchman insists there’s no truth to the rumors.
Pogba told RMC Sport: “I have one year of my contract left, everyone knows that. There haven’t been any concrete offers yet. We finished the season, as I said there was the Europa League final, and after that we finished the holidays.
“We haven’t spoken. I am still at Man Utd, the only thought I have for the future is the Euros. I have a little more experience than before. I really want to focus on the present, and the present is the Euros today.
“All things about the club, when there are competitions like this, I avoid. That’s why I have an agent, and he takes care of all that.”