Manchester United have cast doubts over reports that Paul Pogba will be heading to Juventus in the summer.
Stories last week intimated that the 18-year-old had already decided to move to Turin once his contract expires in June.
However, after making an appearance against West Brom, United boss Sir Alex Ferguson insists the teenager could sign a new deal at Old Trafford.
“The boy is still trying to make his mind up, but he knows where he should be,” Ferguson stated to MUTV.
“He has shown again the potential he has got and he is a first-team player – there is no question about that.”
The Old Lady have apparently offered the teenager a four-year contract which will see him net around £15,000 a week.
United will receive only around £300,000 from Juventus as “training compensation” – a fee which will be determined by FIFA – should the transfer take place.
United signed the French midfielder, who is represented by agent Mino Raiola, from Le Havre in October 2009.
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