Paul Pogba is yet to make a decision on his future but bookies are convinced he is going to sign a new contract at Manchester United.
The France international's contract runs out in 2022 and he is free to sign a pre-contract with a club outside of England in January.
And, while a move away from Old Trafford seemed a certainty, it now appears - at least according to the bookies - that he will remain in Manchester. The 28-year-old is odds-on at 8/11 to sign fresh terms with United.
Much still depends on how things play out at Man Utd, with managerial uncertainty another key factor in Pogba's decision process. But should he choose to leave the club for a second time, he will have no shortage of suitors.
If Pogba does depart Old Trafford, the clear favourites to land him are Paris Saint-Germain who have become quite the experts at landing free agents - Lionel Messi, Sergio Ramos, Gianluigi Donnarumma and Georginio Wijnaldum all arrived in the last window.
The Ligue 1 clubs are priced at just 7/4 to clinch Pogba's signature.
Pogba has already returned to a former club in his career when he rejoined United from Juve and he could do it again with a move back to Turin.
The added incentive is Max Allegri, a coach he loved playing for, who is back in charge of the Old Lady. That has seen their odds cut to 3/1.
Long-time favourites to grab Pogba on a possible free transfer. It is believed president Florentino Perez wants to land a third Frenchman in the space of 12 months, bringing in Pogba, and Kylian Mbappe to line up alongside Eduardo Camavinga who arrived in the summer.
The bookies are no longer convinced, however, with a move to the Spanish capital now priced up at 6/1.
Pogba's options had looked to be down to four, but a new contender is emerging in Barcelona.
Xavi needs to stamp his imprint on the Barca squad and the addition of Pogba could help him do that.
It's still rated unlikely, though, at 12/1.