Following a mixed campaign for the former Juventus star, where he was dropped from the side for rookie Scott McTominay for both legs of the Champions League last-16 tie against Sevilla, there has been talk of an exit.
Reports in France claim Paris Saint-Germain are lining up sensational summer swoop for the 25-year-old French international, but he says all is well between himself and boss Jose Mourinho.
He told beIN Sports: "People want to hear about the manager and the player. You see some images of me talking with the coach.
"We can disagree but he is still the manager and I am the player. Sometimes I see things he doesn't and sometime he sees things I can't. But it doesn't mean anything is bad.
"It's good. He is the coach. He decides and I accept and I respond on the pitch.
"Just to wear the shirt to play in Old Trafford, I was here in the academy and it was a dream to play for the first team."