Paulo Dybala eyes £350,000-a-week contract at Man United – report

Paulo Dybala is set to ask for a contract worth £350,000 a week at Manchester United, according to a report in England

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Paulo Dybala has informed Manchester United that he will want £350,000 a week to swap Juventus for Old Trafford this summer, according to a report in England.

The Daily Mail is reporting that Dybala wants to become the second-highest earner in Premier League history in order to move to Manchester United ahead of the new season.

The same article states that Manchester United will need to agree personal terms with Dybala to get a deal over the line but the midfielder wants a significant pay increase at the 20-time English champions.

According to the same story, the Argentina international’s representatives are pushing for Dybala to get a huge bump on his current £6.5m per year after tax at Juventus.

The report goes on to make clear that Dybala is looking to pocked £9.5m a year after tax at Manchester United, which would secure him parity with Arsenal star Mesut Ozil.

Alexis Sanchez would remain the Premier League’s best-paid player in spite of Dybala’s proposed move to Manchester United, with the Chile international believed earn around £500,000 a week.

Manchester United have already signed two new players in the summer transfer window to bolster Solskjaer’s squad.

Swansea City midfielder Daniel James moved in an £18m deal before Manchester United snapped up Crystal Palace full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka in a £50m switch.

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