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Manchester United's Paul Pogba on his future at the club: 'Who knows?'

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Paul Pogba has refused to rule out leaving Manchester United in the near future, and said his relationship with Jose Mourinho is strictly one of business.

The France midfielder has been linked with a move to Barcelona despite the summer transfer window closing, and said that while rumours did not disturb him, he was open about a possible transfer.

"There was a lot of talk about it [a transfer], but it was like that. I am under contract at Manchester [United]," he told Sky Sports Deutschland. "My future right now is with Manchester. I have a contract. Currently, I play there, but who knows what will happen in the next couple of months."

A poor start to the Premier League season has seen pressure mount on United boss Mourinho, and Pogba said that he does not have a close bond with his coach.

"We have a coach-player relationship. It's like that," he said. "One thing I can promise: I will always give it 100 percent, regardless for which coach. I give it my all for United always. That's all I can say."

Bryan Robson told ESPN FC that Pogba and Mourinho do not need to get along in order for them both to succeed at United, calling on the club to "pull together."

Pogba is currently with the France squad as they prepare to kickoff their UEFA Nations League campaign against Germany in Munich.