Paul Pogba says he is uncertain of his future.

The £100m-rated France midfielder is the most wanted footballer in the world.

He has been courted by Manchester United and Real Madrid, but the 23-year-old powerhouse insists he is happy staying at current club Juventus.

Reports claim that Real have ended their interest in Pogba, who has publically stated that he would be keen to work with France legend Zinedine Zidane, leaving the way clear for United to make their move.

And he says will have to be convinced by Jose Mourinho after photos emerged of him and new United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic at the same restaurant in Los Angeles.

At the ESPN awards he told reporters: “Manchester United was my first family. If Mourinho calls me? I don’t know, for now I’m a Juve player and I’m happy. I don’t know what’s going to happen.”

Of moving to Real, he adds: “It’s the White House, you know, they won the Champions league this season. It’s a great club”.

But the losing finalist in Sunday’s Euro 2016 final, insists that he’s happy in Turin: “This is my team, my family, where I’m playing and where I’m happy”.

Reports claim that United have also lined up Blaise Matuidi and Ces Fabregas as back-ups if they fail to land top target Pogba.