Safe to say that after weeks of speculation, Manchester United fans are desperate for Paul Pogba to reveal what the future holds.
With daily reports continuing to contradict each other, it's impossible to anticipate where the France international will be playing football next season.
Some say a £100 million move to Old Trafford is in the offing; others claim he will remain at Juventus.
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There is literally no telling.
In a recent interview with ESPN at an awards ceremony (see below), Pogba was cheekily asked to pick between a United, Real Madrid and Juventus shirt in a ploy to unveil who he wants to play for.
POGBA PLAYS IT SMART
When given the Juventus shirt, he said: "That's my team, my family, where I am playing. I am very comfortable.
Real's strip was then placed in front of him, to which he replied: "A great club."
Then came the moment where ESPN's reporters hoped for some form of breaking news.
Pogba gave away little, though, when a United shirt was handed to him: "It was my first family."
The Frenchman was also asked how he would respond if Jose Mourinho called: "I don’t know. Let’s see. For the moment I'm at Juventus and I'm happy. I don’t know where I want to go."
His future remains a mystery, then, with agent Mino Raiola recently giving an indiciation of what could convince Pogba to join a new club.
According to the Independent, he said: "Last year, when the bid came in, I really wanted him to go to Chelsea. It didn't happen but this year we will see.
"Juve do not want to sell him and there is a chance for us to talk about a new contract. He feels no need to leave.
"But if you come with a project that will make Paul want to leave, we'll talk with the club."