Angel di Maria has said that he don’t regret leaving Real Madrid for Manchester United.

Angel di Maria moved to Manchester United from Real Madrid in a deal worth more than 70 million euros. His transfer caused a big controversy in Spain as the management of Real Madrid was criticized by Ronaldo and by other sections of media as well. However, Angel di Maria has said today that he is happy with the life in Manchester and he doesn’t have any regrets about leaving Real Madrid on such controversial terms.

Speaking to French TV Telefoot, Di Maria said that: “I am very happy at Manchester United, although it is a different type of football to football in Spain. I have no regrets about leaving Real Madrid. I won everything that I wanted to with Real Madrid: La Liga, the Champions League and the Copa del Rey.”

Di Maria also said that although he is happy with life at Manchester United, he might move to another club in future. Di Maria said: “Now I am in England, but you never know, there is a lot of movement in football. You can never predict where someone will play. It would have been a good experience for me to go to Paris. I know that I am still young, maybe one day I will go to PSG. I don’t know how it will all end.”

I’m Happy With The Way Things Are Going: Iscisco

Spain and Real Madrid striker Isco is in a good run of form this year and the player has said that he is happy with his performances so far.

Speaking is a press conference in Madrid, Isco said that: “Players have to get used to both praise and criticism, but it’s much nicer being praised. I’m grateful for the warmth people have shown me and I’m pleased with the way things are going.”

Isco also said that his aim is to play better football and secure a regular playing time for both, Real Madrid and Spain. Isco said: “At Real Madrid I’m working to improve every day because it’s difficult to get a regular place in a team like that, with so many great players. But my aim for both Real Madrid and Spain is to play the best I can to help the team and take advantage of every minute as if it were the last. I’m only 22 and hopefully there is a lot more football to come, both for Real Madrid and Spain.”