The Red Devils are trying to prevent the separation of their team star for free.
is working to extend the contract of midfielder Paul Pogba, which expires next year.
Pogba's current contract expires next summer, and while United is looking to keep him, they could lose him for free for the second time.
If the French star does not intend to extend his contract and wants to leave Old Trafford, he can negotiate with other clubs from January. Pogba recently claimed that he has no idea about his future and that his whole focus is on the Euro, and he has previously claimed that he has not received an offer from United.
Many clubs are looking to sign Pogba, but United has not yet received an official offer. Mino Raiola said in December that Pogba was unhappy at United and needed to change his situation. He joined United in 2009 and left for Juventus in 2012 as a free agent.
United intend to start negotiations as soon as possible to prevent the separation of their midfielder.
The French star shone in Juventus, scoring 34 goals in 178 appearances for the team and winning four consecutive Serie A titles. He returned to United in 2016 with a transfer fee of £94.5 million.