Paul Pogba has opened the door to a move to Barcelona. (REX/Shutterstock)
Paul Pogba has indicated that he would be open to joining Barcelona should Manchester United decide to sell him.
Since joining up with France’s squad for the international break, Pogba has sparked speculation over his future by suggesting that he could leave Old Trafford as early as the January transfer window.
"I’m playing there at the moment, but who knows what will happen in the next few months," he said earlier this week.
And now in a interview with Telefoot which is due to air on Sunday evening, Pogba has once again rejected the chance to confirm he will see out his contract at United and dropped another hint about his turbulent relationship with Jose Mourinho.
"I’m under contract," said Pogba.
"There were little things with the coach [Mourinho], the relationship is always the same.
Pogba admits there were ‘little things’ with Jose Mourinho. (EPA)
"We have goals in common, we want to win, that’s all that matters.
"As long as you do not see me with the Barcelona jersey, it’s because I’m in Manchester. It will always be rumours."
Barcelona were keen on signing Pogba in the summer but United rejected an offer of £45 million plus Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes for the midfielder.
Pogba still has three years remaining on his current contract and United also have the option to extend it for a further season until the summer of 2022.