Pogba's United future looks 'precarious'
The agent of Manchester United starlet Paul Pogba says the midfielder must "make some decisions" regarding his long-term future with the club, as speculation grows that he will leave Old Trafford this summer.
Pogba, 18, has been one of the outstanding players of the club's youth set-up in recent years and made the step up to the first-team squad this season, though he has made just four appearances as a substitute.
The France Under-19 international is believed to be on the radar of Manchester City and AC Milan and with contract talks with United thus far yielding no results, agent Mino Raiola says Pogba's position is uncertain.
"It is a precarious situation. It is difficult," Raiola said. "United want him. It is up to the boy to make some decisions."
Pogba, whose current deal with United expires this summer, was reportedly forced to train alone after being dropped from Sir Alex Ferguson's squad to face Ajax in the Europa League last week.
The last talented youngster who stalled over contract negotitations, Ravel Morrison, was sold to West Ham in January.