In a recent meeting with the supporter's representative, Ed Woodward stated that he is content with the development of the team under OIe Gunnar Solskjaer.
United spent £180m in 2019 and although spending stalled this summer as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Woodward also spoke on the club's transfer strategy moving forward and says recruitment will be largely focused on the summer windows, following a close season that brought in the likes of Donny van de Beek, Edinson Cavani and Alex Telles.
Pogba himself has made several gestures hinting a transfer is possible, as in 2019, he expressed a desire for a "new challenge somewhere else", just one year after he helped Manchester United win the World Cup in Russian Federation.
The Red Devils have endured an inconsistent start to the season, which has left their hopes of reaching the last-16 of the Champions League in the balance while the Premier League table sees them five points off the summit albeit with a game in hand.
"We recognise there's more hard work ahead to achieve the consistency needed to win trophies", Woodward said.
The 49-year-old recently said that they have a long term approach to their recruitment plan and will show their full support towards the Norwegian manager despite him coming under scrutiny for the team's form in recent weeks.
In particular, the Champions League has come under increased threat from the possibility of a break-away Super League and reports this week claim UEFA could oversee a radical overhaul of its competitions' format post 2024. "The dialogue focuses on them continuing to be predominantly mid-week games having little or no impact on the Premier League. This game without fans is nothing".