Transfer News: Real Madrid Winger and Man United Come to Terms, Purchase Price to be Determined
By Mark Wayne Eubank | July 11, 2014 10:12 PM EST
Manchester United have reportedly agreed on Angel Di Maria's wage demands
Spanish media outfit MARCA suggests that the Argentinean international will be handed a £150,000-a-week worth of wages, should the rumoured transfer push through.
Like all other deals, a discrepancy in market value appreciation remains to be the source of conflict, as the Los Blancos hierarchy projects the 26-year-old to be worth £40million, while the Red Devils believes that £30million should be enough.
The former Benfica man is a key fixture in his national side's run in the ongoing World Cup, but went down with a thigh injury against Belgium.
He already took part in light training on Thursday, in an attempt to to feature in the finals against Germany on Sunday (Rio time).
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