Manchester United pull out of Paulo Dybala race for financial reasons

Manchester United pulled out from the talks with Juventus for signing with Paulo Dybala, due to the heavy financial claims of the Argentinian.

United was negotiating with Juventus and Dybala’s representatives about a deal includes attacker Romelu Lukaku, who wants to join the Italian club, where he seeks to leave United and agreed to move to Juventus last week, which means the deal depends on whether Dybala will agree to move to Manchester or not.

But heavy wages claims of the 26 year old player and his agent’s high fees have actually ended these talks, Dybala representatives – leads by his brother Gustavo – requesting 350,000 pounds per week from United as compensation for spending one season at least out of UEFA Champions League.

It’s obvious that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer only wants to sign with players who invests in the club, and who want to be part of a long term project.

This failure effectively put Lukaku possible transferring to Turin to an end, even though United still doing talks with another clubs including Inter Milan who wants to sign with the Belgian.

Inter has a long term benefits with the Belgian, despite it didn’t submit an appropriate offer, United rejected the last 54 million pounds offer by the Italian club last month, United might choose to not replace Lukaku if he want to leave before final transferring date on Thursday, especially after young players appearing like Mason Greenwood, who showed up with an outstanding performance in the pre-season.

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