According to the Daily Mail, a host of Premier League rivals are lining up offers for Manchester United youngster Paul Pogba.

The aforementioned source claims the Old Trafford starlet, who remains locked in contract negotiations with Manchester United, is being coveted by Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City.

Long tipped as a future Manchester United first team star, Pogba remains curiously reluctant to sign a new deal, and alongside the equally headline hogging Ravel Morrison, Sir Alex Ferguson is currently staring at the unlikely prospect of losing two of the club's brightest young talents.

The Mail claim Pogba has refused to accept Manchester United's terms and as a result has found himself marginalised from the first team despite his obvious pedigree.

Manchester City and Arsenal have already made tentative enquires according to the Mail, and now it appears Chelsea are likely to follow suit having watched the Frenchman star in the reserves victory over Newcastle.

The International Business Times UK has regularly tried to contact Pogba's representation and on occasion have spoken with Gael Mahe, and although it was recently revealed that Mino Raiola, who is a high profile agent who reps the likes of Mario Balotelli, had been called in to help the player determine his future, the IBTimes UK understands, Gael Mahe remains his premier agent.

The Manchester United youngster is out of the contract at the end of the summer and although reluctant to lose their emerging young midfielder, Ferguson is reluctant to break his wage structure for players of Pogba's age bracket and experience.