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26/01/2019 - 20:40 BST

Claim From Italy: Serie A Centre-Back’s Demands Too Much For Manchester United

 




Manchester United have refused to meet the contractual terms demanded by Juventus centre-back Medhi Benatia, it has been claimed.

The 31-year-old defender has been keen to leave Juventus, where he has been a bit part player this season and is set to move to the Middle East.




Qatari outfit Al-Duhail have reached an agreement over a contract worth €5m per season with the defender and they have also tabled a bid worth €10m with the Italian champions.

Benatia has made a decision to join the Qatari club, but it has been claimed that he could have signed for Manchester United.

 


According to Italian broadcaster Sportitalia, the Premier League giants offered him a contract worth €3.7m per season and were keen to sign him in the winter window.

But Benatia demanded a contract worth €4.5m per season and Manchester United were not prepared to commit such sums to the 31-year-old defender.

 


Manchester United are in the market for an experienced centre-back and it seems they considered signing the experienced Moroccan this month.

However, Benatia's demands proved too much for the Red Devils.