Chelsea are reportedly eyeing a deal for Paris Saint-Germain's Argentinian superstar Angel Di Maria to boost their attacking options.
The roles were reversed as last year's finalists Argentina and Chile met each other in the first round of matches in Group D of the 2016 Copa America Centenario, while underdogs Panama, appearing in their first major tournament, managed to pile on the misery for a struggling Bolivia.
Argentina manager Gerardo "Tata" Martino hailed the performance of the returning Lionel Messi as his side came back from a goal down to defeat Chile on Thursday.
French champions Paris Saint-Germain and Spanish giants Real Madrid played out an uninspiring goalless draw at the Parc des Princes on Wednesday night in the UEFA Champions League.
Despite the arrival of players like Angel Di Maria, Memphis Depay and Bastian Schweinsteiger, has Ed Woodward really succeeded in leading Manchester United?
Paris Saint-Germain are confident Angel di Maria can be the man to help them conquer Europe after completing the signing of the Argentina winger on Thursday.
Manchester United winger Angel Di Maria is set to sign for PSG as he undergoes his medical as per BBC. And the fans of the Red devils are not impressed if the reactions from twitter are to go by.
Inching closer to a transfer from Manchester United, Angel Di Maria has been praised lavishly by PSG’s David Luiz. Louis Van Gaal had earlier admitted that the whereabouts of the Argentine international remained unknown.
PSG are in advanced negotiations for Angel Di Maria, with the French club having offered only €40m (£28.5m) to buy the 27-year-old from Manchester United who are holding out for more. Manchester Untied have accepted a bid of €65million from Paris Saint-Germain for Argentina winger Angel Di Maria, according to reports in France Football and L’Equipe. But, the Guardian is now reporting that Manchester United received only a £28.5 million bid, less than half of his £59.7 million transfer fee from just a year ago. Manchester United want more The fee is less than half the British record £59.7m that Manchester United paid Real Madrid for Di María 12 months ago, and the Guardian says that Ed Woodward, the executive vice-chairman, is holding out for more from PSG as he seeks a higher price. The conflicting report by the Guardian comes at a time when French press report that a deal has been reached and PSG players and managers confident of a move going through. The […]
With United spending big money to sign quality players, the question of their record capture, Angel Di Maria looms large. As the golden-toothed vultures PSG circle ominously, United are forced to re-examine what's best for the club heading into the future. Is it what Di Maria hasp displayed in the past season, or is it his potential to play with more certainty and a world class squad, akin to what he had at Real Madrid.