The destination of England international Gary Cahill ahead of his move away from the West London outfit Chelsea remains unknown as he is reportedly having an issue with his pay after the Stamford Bridge.
The English Premier League side, Burnley are keen to add the former Bolton defender to their team with manager Sean Dyche looking forward to adding more experience to his team but they have learned that they will not be able to meet with his weekly wage.
However, there is a demand for a pay cut, according to reports to be able to meet with the demand which seems to be the difficulty and uncertainty in the deal.
A number of offers are on the table for Gary Cahill but he is keen to remain in England and play in the English Premier League, having had 290 appearances with Chelsea, scoring 25 times in the process.
Gary Cahill is no doubt a complete defender who has all it takes to succeed at Burney but the terms of the move has to be discussed again to be bake to determine his next move as it is suggested that the Chelsea veteran is not interested in having a pay-cut at the moment.