Legal battle with AS Monaco means Manchester United will have to pay only a small portion of Victor Valdes’ salary if he signs at Old Trafford…
Manchester United will have to pay just a fraction of Victor Valdes’ £150,000 per week salary if he signs for the club, reports the Express.
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The former Barcelona star has been training with United recently, and is allegedly set to sign a deal that will see him at Old Trafford on a more permanent basis.
Valdes is in the midst of a legal battle with Ligue 1 side AS Monaco however, with a dispute ongoing over wages owed.
The French team were set to sign the Spaniard before he suffered his ACL injury last season, and a pre-contract was agreed and signed. Monaco promptly cancelled the contract when news of his injury broke however, something which the Man United target feels is just not possible without some sort of payout.
The result of this law suit seems to imply that Monaco will continue to pay a portion of the Spanish internationals wages, meaning the Red Devils will have to pay only a small portion of his massive £150,000 per week salary.