Real Madrid winger Angel Di Maria and Manchester United have reportedly come to terms as regards the former's wage demand, while his purchase price is still to be determined by the said clubs.
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).