It has been recently reported that Paulo Dybala’s long-awaited transfer to Manchester United won’t be blocked by the sportsman’s excessive wage demands. That’s what his agent disclosed. This month, the Argentine player was very close to joining both Manchester United and their counterpart Spurs, but both clubs failed to have a deal sealed. The player aged 25 had reportedly irritated Old Trafford management by simply asking for $427,630 a week against the backdrop of current players putting up with a pay-cut. Manchester United were additionally riled by what Jorge Antun did – the player’s agent. He demanded up to $16,74m to purchase image rights from a third party. However, Antun has recently hit back stating those claims were fake. He told that the only thing that really happened were some issues between the football clubs. By the way, Juventus are still willing to acquire Dybala before the European transfer window shuts down on September 2.