Paul Pogba has insisted that he is yet to make a decision on his future, while also admitting that playing for France is a 'breath of fresh air' compared to turning out for Manchester United.
Pogba's United contract expires at the end of the season and there is intense speculation that he could leave the club.
However, as 90min reported back in January, the midfielder is delaying deciding his future. In a recent interview with Telefoot, Pogba confirmed this and explained that he is keeping his options open.
"Nothing is decided on my future, nothing is done. I can decide tomorrow, as I can decide during the transfer window. I want to come back, finish the season well," he said.
90min understands there are four clubs in the running to sign, or re-sign, Pogba this summer: Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, Juventus and current side Man Utd.
Although penning fresh terms with United cannot be ruled out at this stage, the 28-year-old did hint at discontent at Old Trafford this season.
"Totally [playing for France is a breath of fresh air]. That's the truth. There were difficult moments at and I needed this break to regain my energy and confidence," he added.
"Sometimes when I wasn't playing or the results weren't good, coming here [to the French team], it gives a boost, a breath of air that also helps me to come back well to my club."
Pogba went on to admit that United's lack of trophies in recent years had been a source of frustration.
"The season is not over yet, but almost because we don't have any more titles to play for. I want to win titles, to play for something and this year and the last few years we haven't won a title. It's sad."