The Frenchman has struggled for form at the Premier League club
Paul Pogba has said his future will not be influenced by chats with the likes of Paulo Dybala and Samuel Umtiti.
There has been some speculation about Pogba, 25, as he has yet to really make a great impact at Manchester United since moving back to the club in August 2016.
The £89million man is reportedly unhappy after being singled out for some poor performances in a United shirt.
Pogba is currently away with the Les Bleus squad for their 2018 World Cup campaign and he was the match-winner with a deflected strike in France’s 2-1 win over Australia in Kazan.
But he insisted his friends in football will not be a factor in deciding where his future lies.
Pogba said: “I am with the France squad, I don’t want to speak about the future of the club and all this.
“Yes, I speak with [Juventus striker Paolo] Dybala, but whether I speak to Dybala or speak with [Samuel] Umtiti, who plays at Barcelona, it’s not there I will go and play!”
Pogba has remained close friends with Dybala following the duo’s time with the Old Lady.
United boss Jose Mourinho is working as a pundit for Russian TV at the World Cup, refused to credit Pogba for the goal, but did praise his hard work.
The Portuguese said: “For me, it’s not about the goal. I think it’s an own goal, but it’s the action. It’s the determination of making it happen.
“The majority of French players were too comfortable or not wanting to risk too much, or not confident enough to make things happen.
“The midfield were very positional, Paul didn’t interfere a lot in the game, but then – this action is the action of a No8.
“That’s what people used to call the box-to-box midfielders. And in this case, that was the action of an attacking part of box-to-box. It’s a pity it wasn’t a clean shot to make it a brilliant goal, but it got them the three points.”