Manchester United transfer deal for Argentina international, Paulo Dybala may have finally hit the rock.
BBC Sports claims the Red Devils have ended their transfer talks with the Juventus forward over his wage demands.
The Red Devils had entered into discussion with the 25-year-old Argentine striker as part of the swap deal that involved Belgium international, Romelu Lukaku making a move to Turin.
Lukaku was expected to leave Old Trafford for Turin while Dybala would take his place this summer, but the Argentina forward was reportedly demanding for an increment in wage that would see him earn above £7.2 million per year
The Red Devils apparently view his demand as been excessive and are now ready to drop him.
According to the report, the club in their defense stated that negotiations with Dybala would mean they have deviated from manager Ole Solskjaer’s philosophy to sign only young and hungry player.
With this it can be concluded that Lukaku would not be joining the Old Lady this summer, however there is still a possibility of the Red Devils reconsidering Inter Milan, who had submitted transfer bid of £53.6 million for the Belgian striker earlier.
Solskjaer prefers to start Marcus Rashford ahead of Lukaku, which is an indication that the Belgium international is no longer in the manager’s plans for the new season.