Manchester United stars Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial reportedly remain frustrated by Alexis Sanchez’s wages.
And that could cause issues with the Red Devils looking to spend big again this summer on Jadon Sancho, with the forward’s wage demands potentially causing more resentment.
Sanchez flopped at Old Trafford following his arrival from Arsenal in 2018 and has spent the season on loan at Inter Milan.
He has still been pocketing £400,000 per week from the Premier League giants though could be heading to Inter on a permanent basis this summer.
The Manchester Evening News claim Martial and Pogba ‘felt resentment’ towards Sanchez’s wages with the salary issue believed to be not good for the United dressing room.
It’s reported that United are conscious of Sancho’s wage expectations with the Red Devils targeting the Borussia Dortmund star.
Sancho is currently on around £75,000-a-week at the Bundesliga giants and would demand a much bigger salary were he to head to Old Trafford.
There is already a debate over money with United believed to be unwilling to pay Dortmund’s £108m (€120m) asking fee for Sancho.
Though German outlet Bild report that Borussia Dortmund have a new proposal when it comes to how United pay the fee.
It’s claimed that Dortmund would require €70m initially with a further €30m to be paid in the summer of 2021.
And it’s reported the final €20m that the Red Devils would have to pay would be required in 2022.
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United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists his side will not be rushed into a deal with Dortmund having set their own deadline of August 10 so they can prepare for next season without any distractions.
Solskjaer said: “This transfer window is a long one, every transfer takes its course. It is what it is.
“At the moment I have no updates for you, if there’s any news we’ll update you.”