Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba must chose between Juventus or staying at Old Trafford, his agent has revealed.
The Frenchman's contract at United expires in the summer, and is yet to pen an extension with the Premier League leaders.
Reports had emerged that Juve had offered a deal to Pogba, and the player's agent revealed the former Le Havre midfielder could still leave United.
"He can remain at Manchester United or go to Juventus," Raiola told Sky Sports Italia. "It's a tough decision to be taken by the boy, thinking of his career. Both possibilities present some chances.
"It's a choice that should be made quietly. United count on him and want to extend his contract. His future will depend very much on the will of the boy."
Despite much being thought of Pogba, the 19-year-old has earned few opportunities at Old Trafford, making just three league appearances all season.
Since the return of Paul Scholes, Pogba's chances of breaking into the first team at United have been decreasing, forcing him to look elsewhere.
United have already had to allow another youngster, Ravel Morrison, to leave due to the restriction in his first-team activities, and the club will be eager to keep hold of Pogba, despite his infrequent appearances.