It appears that massive spending does not always lead to fabulous performance. That is the case in a number of star players who turn into rather rudimentary ones when they are signed at incredibly high price, say Fernando Torres and Angel di Maria. In the case of Angel di Maria, the current Man United’s No.7 has yet to display that the money United spent on him last summer has been effective. In fact, he has performed much worse than what he used to show in Real Madrid jersey. Now that the Man United’s echelons have appeared to take bigh shake in the squad, it appears that Angel di Maria is about to lead to Old Trafford exit this summer.
One of many clubs that are related to the Argentinian winger is the Ligue 1 giant, Paris Saint-Germain. Good news for PSG fans as L’Euipe announces that EUFA decided to lift the restrictions on the financial fair play banning the French club form purchasing new players. The French paper announces that PSG is going to celebrate the freedom by launching an offer for their no.1 target on Angel di Maria and they can offer Man United’s demanding price tag at sixty million pounds for the Argentinian winger.
the fact that Germany’s football giant, Bayern Munich, has ruled out a strategy for the Argentinian may hurt Paris Saint-Germain’s bargaining prospect, yet this will denote one to watch when the summer transfer wears on. It seems interesting how the player will decide his future. In terms of being in United shirt, Angel di Maria has appeared under the expectation as posed by Man United’s fans and the club’s owner. Perhaps, taking the sign offered by the Ligue 1’s club will make a lot of sense if he is about to go on with his football career. In addition, buying a player of his caliber in the French club will infuse lots of impact in the team’s attack. There is no doubt that Paris Saint-Germain has lots of cash in their pocket to sign any star players, which clearly explains why the French club has been related to signing Barcelona’s super star and Argentinian captain, Lionel Messi.
However, it still depends on Man United boss, Louis van Gall, whether he will put Di Maria in the upcoming formation for next season. Should the flying Dutchman indeed retain the player, the corollary is obvious, Paris Saint-Germain should find another target.