PAULO DYBALA would demand a £175,000-per-week contract from Manchester United if he was to leave Juventus, according to reports.
The Red Devils are understood to have held talks with the Argentine’s brother Mariano over a £72million move.
Calciomercato claim that United are still in the race for Dybala, 25, who has been looking to leave Turin this summer.
The Argentine has lost his position in the squad after last year’s arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.
And after crunch talks with new boss Maurizio Sarri, the forward is now ready to end his four-year spell with the Serie A champions.
But Dybala’s brother and agent Mariano is reportedly asking for a hefty salary package for the forward.
It is claimed the Argentine demands £175,000 a week – wages similar to those of Romelu Lukaku, 26, at Old Trafford.
Previous reports said Juventus wanted to include Dybala in a swap deal for the Belgian striker.
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And considering that both clubs have similar valuation of their stars, such a move could make sense for both parties.
Tottenham are believed to have also inquired about the Argentine earlier this week.
Dybala scored just 10 goals in 42 appearances last season.