Paris Saint-Germain manager, Mauricio Pochettino has opted to remain mum on rumours linking Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba over a potential move to the Ligue 1 giants, claiming that "he does not want to talk about names of players that are in other clubs".
Pogba has been heavily linked with a move to PSG, with reports emerging that the Ligue 1 outfit too are keen to land the midfielder, with the club management engaging in discussions with the Frenchman's representatives over a potential move.
The 28-year-old only has one-year left on his current contract with United and so far talks over a contract extension have proven unsuccessful. It is understood that the Red Devils will allow the player to leave should he express his desire to move and that they value him at around £50million.
Pochettino for his part was in no mood to discuss other players, instead opting to concentrate on his players following PSG's loss to Lille on Sunday.
"You see the list of players that we have at home. We have plenty of players. Half of the squad is at home. A few are on holidays. I think the performance was good. I am happy and I don’t want to talk about the names of the players that are in other clubs."
It will be interesting to see how this transfer saga plays out considering that Pogba has endured a mixed time at Old Trafford in his five seasons with them so far, and has currently made 199 appearances, scoring 38 goals and helping them win the 2017 Europa League.