Mino Raiola has once again hinted that Paul Pogba could be on his way out of Manchester United by claiming "December is the month of dreams".
Pogba's current contract at Old Trafford is set to expire at the end of the current campaign, and he will be free to sign an agreement with an interested club during the January transfer window.
Raiola told Rai: "Dreaming is free, I don’t forbid anyone to dream, it’s good. Then let’s see if they come true. December is the month for dreaming with Christmas and the holidays, it’s still too early, let’s see what happens.
“We don’t know why, but when we talk about Pogba in England, even the dead wake up. Some former Manchester United players, if they don’t talk about Pogba and me, they don’t talk about anything. So it’s better not to talk about it.”
The 28-year-old is currently sidelined due to a thigh injury picked up while on international duty, and could miss the remainder of the year. Speaking after sustaining his injury, Pogba said on Instagram: "Well as you can see, I got a little injured - hopefully it's not too bad, I'm probably going to do a scan in the next days to see how bad it is.
"Yeah, we are here - but we are going to come back strong, you already know - we don't lose faith, we don't lose the positive vibe - keep smiling. Everything happens for a reason, we are blessed still and we are going to come back and keep it up - that's how it is, thank you for the support - all love, we are going to be back soon."