Paul Pogba has delayed discussions over his Manchester United future until next year, and the Frenchman is said to be 'excited by the arrival of both Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane'.
Pogba has been heavily linked with a move to French giants PSG this summer, in a deal that could be worth around £45million.
United, however, are keen to keep the World Cup winner despite not making any progress in talks over a new contract in recent months.
And Eurosport are reporting that Pogba could make a decision about his future next summer following the arrivals of Sancho and Varane.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has laid down a statement of intent this summer, and the Norwegian has signed Borussia Dortmund star Sancho and agreed a deal-in-principle for Real Madrid's Varane.
By waiting until January to open up contract discussions with United, Pogba can wait and see how he will fit into the United set-up for the new campaign.
However, United may not be so keen to allow Pogba to wait, and they could risk losing him on a free.
As of January Pogba is free to open up pre-contract discussions with any club of his choice, and United are powerless to stop him.
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PSG look to be front of the queue to secure Pogba's services, and the Frenchman is yet to play a professional fixture in his home league of Ligue 1.
However, both Real Madrid and his former side Juventus remain interested in his services.
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