Manchester United defender Patrice Evra still has an agreement in place with Juventus and is waiting to learn of Louis van Gaal's plans for him before deciding his future, reports in Italy suggest.
Evra, who is currently captaining France at the World Cup in Brazil, is contracted to United until 2015 after the club activated a year extension in his contract in May.
Juventus were understood to have made the 33-year-old an offer before his renewal at Old Trafford and Sky Sport Italia suggest the full back still has an agreement in principle to join the Bianconeri this summer, should van Gaal allow him to leave.
Last week United completed the signing of 18-year-old Luke Shaw for a fee reported to be in the region of £31.5m, making him the most expensive teenager in world football.
While Shaw is expected to have a first team role at Old Trafford next season, the decision to extend Evra's stay suggested the veteran Frenchman was to act as the youngster's mentor during his first season at the club.
However, the final decision on the France international's future remains with van Gaal.
Meanwhile, United remain relentlessly linked with a move for Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal. Van Gaal is reportedly very keen to partner new signing Ander Herrera with the Chilean in midfield but Juventus' asking price and United's lack of Champions League football next season are factors understood to be hindering their efforts.
Luis Nani is another name that continues to be mentioned involving deals between United and the Serie A champions. Despite signing a new five year contract at the club last summer the 27-year-old made just seven starts in the league last season, largely due to a hamstring injury that plagued his campaign.
Following Portugal's dismal World Cup campaign that ended at the group stage Nani admitted he could seek a new challenge with Juventus reportedly one of the clubs considering a cut price deal for the winger.
"I am a United player but there has been some interest on my behalf," Nani recently told A Bola. "I will evaluate it and decide what is the most advantageous for me."