Paul Pogba's future at Manchester United is once again up for debate just in time for when the January transfer window reopens.
The Frenchman's controversial agent, Mino Raiola, has claimed Pogba is unhappy at United and that his time at Old Trafford is up.
There are sure to be no shortage of takers for the gifted midfielder and his exit from United has been talked about for some time in the last few seasons.
Pogba's current contract at Old Trafford runs until June 2022 but will United decide to dispense with the 27-year-old in January to finally end the ongoing saga around his long-term future? Ladbrokes make it 5/4 that United sell him in January.
If they do try and sell Pogba, Real Madrid are rated as favourites with Paddy Power at 11/4 to sign Pogba in the New Year with Real coach Zinedine Zidane a confirmed admirer of his fellow Frenchman.
Cash-rich Paris Saint-Germain are second favourites at 5/1 with Paddy Power to lure the World Cup winner to the French capital and they are one of only a handful of clubs who could afford Pogba.
Outsiders In Pogba Race
Pogba's former club Juventus are rated an 11/2 shot to bring the midfielder back to Turin in the January transfer window with Raiola playing up the prospect of a move back to the Bianconeri because of his and Pogba's connections at the Serie A champions.
The 27-year-old is still highly thought of at Juventus after four successful seasons with the club before his then-record breaking move to Manchester United in 2016.
Barcelona, who have previously courted Pogba and whom the player was interested in joining, are 9/1 outsiders to bring the Frenchman to the Camp Nou in the New Year.
Inter Milan, who have already signed the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez and Ashley Young from Manchester United in recent seasons, are rated a 19/2 shot with Paddy Power to make another raid on Old Trafford – this time for Pogba.
Meanwhile, European champions Bayern Munich come next in the betting at 20/1 to sign Pogba in January, while United's Premier League rivals Manchester City and Chelsea are both regarded as 33/1 major outsiders to pull off a shock move for the midfielder.