Paul Pogba is open to signing a new and improved contract with Juventus if no major offers come in at the end of the season, according to his agent Mino Raiola.
The 23-year-old midfielder’s contract expires in June 2019, but there has been interest in the former Manchester United man from Spain, France and England.
Reports last summer suggested the France international was set to make the move to Barcelona at the end of the season, but that trail has gone cold of late, but PSG, Manchester City and Chelsea are also still interested in Pogba.
Pogba is in no rush to leave the Serie A champions, though, and could even sign a new deal if the conditions elsewhere are not right, according to his agent.
“Nothing has changed for Paul compared to a year ago. Juventus and Paul are on the same page here,” Raiola told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“If there is no interesting other option, Paul is more than happy to stay at Juventus. We are ready to renew his contract.”
In October last year Raiola said that Pogba would consider any serious offers that were presented to him, but claimed that Juve would want 100 million euros (almost £72million) for him.