Manchester United interim manager, Ralf Rangnick has urged midfielder Paul Pogba to “show up” for the team during the final months of his contract.
Pogba has returned to the squad for the FA Cup fourth round game against Middlesbrough on Friday, after nearly three months out with a thigh injury.
The France international is free to discuss a transfer with foreign clubs from January, but Rangnick has told the 28-year-old to be motivated to find his best form.
“It’s up to him now. His contract is expiring in the summer and if in the end he would like to stay or go somewhere else he has to show up.
“It’s not only in the interest for us as a club but it’s in his personal interest that he plays and performs at the highest possible level in the next couple of weeks,” Rangnick told a news conference on Thursday.