Inching closer to a transfer from Manchester United, Angel Di Maria has been praised lavishly by PSGa s David Luiz. Louis Van Gaal had earlier admitted that the whereabouts of the Argentine international remained unknown.


Speaking after PSGa s 2-0 win over Manchester United, David Luiz anticipated Di Mariaa s arrival by praising the Argentine international for his ability to make a difference on the pitch. Reminiscing about his time at Benfica where he played alongside Angel Di Maria, David Luiz backed the decision to sign the Manchester United player.

Di Maria Will Make PSG Stronger

The Argentine has been the subject of much speculation recently after he failed to report to Manchester United following his summer break.

a Di Maria would make us stronger, for sure. I hope to see him (at PSG). He is a great friend, a great player, and every single team he plays in, he makes the difference.a

a He helps on the defensive side, he knows how to assist, and to score goals.a Luiz told a press conference, as reported by the BBC.

Di Maria’s Transfer To PSG Imminent

Laurent Blanc had earlier confirmed PSGa s interest in the Manchester United player while claiming that the Argentine international was close to sealing a move to Paris. Blanc revealed that the transfer negotiations between the two clubs were under way with the deal nearing its end.

“Manchester United and PSG are two big clubs and negotiations can be difficult, but we are close to the end.a – Laurent Blanc said in a press conference, as reported by Sky Sports.

Angel Di Maria- Lost In Transit

Angel Di Maria- Lost In Transit

It seems that Angel Di Mariaa s official move to PSG is only a matter of time as Van Gaal admitted that he had no news of the winger, after the winger failed to turn up for the pre-season. With PSG no longer shackled by FFP sanctions, it will not be surprising to see Di Maria move to Paris for a handsome amount of transfer fee.

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