Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson wants Paul Pogba to decide whether he wants to sign a new contract.
Terms have been agreed with the youngster's agent and now it just requires the 19-year-old to give the green light.
Initially it was felt Pogba had agreed to join Italian giants Juventus and he was frozen out at United for a short while.
But Ferguson had brought the teenager back into the fold before an ankle ligament injury meant his season was ended.
United boss Ferguson told MUTV: "The boy has great potential and he is at the right club. He has to make that decision.
"We have agreed a deal with his agent. Now it is just down to the boy."
Meanwhile, Ferguson has confirmed striker Will Keane, who made his senior debut at Blackburn earlier this season, is likely to go out on loan to gain valuable experience.
"Will is progressing the right way," said Ferguson. "The lad is a good finisher and has good potential.
"He needs a bit of toughening up and next year we will possibly put him out on loan. That would be good for him."