Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he can't see Paul Pogba leave the club before next season.
The French midfielder, who returned to United in August 2016, was connected with a move to Real Madrid.
Speaking before Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final against Barcelona, Solskjaer said: "Paul Pogba does not see the time for tomorrow.
"At the best of Paul, he is able to play a game like this: I can't see him not playing for Manchester United next season."
Pogba missed Manchester United's remarkable comeback in the last 16 challenge against Paris St-Germain after being sent off during the first leg.
There was widespread news of acrimony between Pogba and the former United Jose Mourinho coach, before the Portuguese was fired in December.
Under Solskjaer, the former Juventus man scored nine goals in 23 appearances, with the manager describing him as "a half Manchester United boy" in December.
"He is a Manchester United player, one of our great artists on the big stage," the Norwegian said.
"He knows that the match against PSG was not his best.
"His job is to be the creator, win the ball and move forward and I expect him to perform tomorrow."
As many as six players could leave United at the end of the season with uncertainty about the futures of Ander Herrera, Juan Mata and Alexis Sanchez.
Solskjaer said that the discussions with the players coming out of the contract would not be a distraction for his team, adding: "Contract talks will continue, we do not see it now, knowing that we can create a special atmosphere here .
"Playing at the Old Trafford in a knockout phase, the spotlight, hopefully some rain, will make a special evening."
The Manchester will host Wednesday Wednesday (20:00 BST), before going to the Camp Nou six days later for the return match.