Spartak Moscow winger Quincy Promes has cancelled his private flight to Sevilla after a late failure to agree personal terms, say reports in Spain.
On Tuesday, Sevilla Info reported the Andalusian club are interested in signing the Dutch international, who has netted 59 goals in 115 Russian Premier League matches.
Now fresh reports suggest the player wanted his €3m salary as net and not gross, meaning his agreement with Sevilla has broken down despite a €21m fee being agreed.
The 26-year-old netted two goals as Spartak defeated Los Rojiblancos 5-1 in the Champions League last season but the club have failed to make the same stage this campaign.
Promes, who operates mainly as a winger, has been capped 28 times by the Netherlands and scoring five goals.
Sevilla have already seen a move for Mariano Diaz break down, with the striker joining Real Madrid.