Manchester United are "in dialogue" with Shanghai Shenhua to extend the loan agreement of striker Odion Ighalo, said manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Ighalo, 30, joined United in January and will return to China on May 31, unless an agreement can be reached to keep him until the end of the season.
"So far, nothing has been agreed yet," Solskjaer told MUTV.
Meanwhile, Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba will be available for selection at the resumption of the Premier League season.
Both attacker Rashford and midfielder Pogba were long-term injured when the campaign was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic in March.
The two players resumed small group training with the rest of the United team last week.
"They look good," said Solskjaer.
"They have joined the training now and they have done everything the other boys have done. No reaction so far, hit the wood.
"When we start, it looks like we can have a full team to choose from."
The English international Rashford had been injured in the back since January while the French Pogba had missed most of the season with a foot problem.
Former Watford striker Ighalo was recruited to cover Rashford on the transfer deadline day in January and impressed by scoring four goals in eight games.
Solskjaer added: "The loan agreement was concluded at the end of May, so it is supposed to come back.
"We are in dialogue and I hope [he can stay]. They were great to us, his club, and allowed him to play for his dream club.
"It has been a dream for him and I hope he can finish what he started, maybe with a trophy or two.
"Their league will start soon, so we are waiting to see."