PAULO DYBALA’S move to Manchester United is in jeopardy due to a wage cut imposed on current Old Trafford stars for their Champions League failure.
United will play in the Europa League after their miserable sixth-place finish last season.
As a result of that, the entire squad suffered a 25 per cent wage cut for not securing a spot in Europe’s premier competition.
But Dybala’s demands are with no reductions for playing in the second-tier tournament.
It’s understood he would command £350,000-a-week.
The Juventus forward’s representatives have discussed personal terms ahead of a swap deal for Romelu Lukaku – but are some way off agreeing on salary.