Manchester United midfielder Aliou Traore admits he could be on the move this summer.
Reports in France have linked Traore with a move to SM Caen and the youngster admits his main ambition is to be playing professional football on a regular basis.
"I would like to start as a pro," he told RMC Sport.
"Like I said, I think I have the baggage to do it. I hope it will be in Manchester, otherwise why not go and find playing time elsewhere.
"I only have one year of contract left so yes, I'm not closing the door. But if I'm leaving, it's for a professional group.
"I don't want to leave Manchester to be in the same situation elsewhere. I need an evolution in my progression and that goes through a professional workforce."
Traore also revealed the leadership of Paul Pogba at the club.
He added: “I talk to him a bit, especially when I go up to training with the professionals. He's a bit like on social networks, a bit crazy! He takes care of the French. There is Hannibal [Mejbri] and Noam [Emran] with me."