Arrived in the French capital from Manchester United in the summer of 2015, Ángel Di María is about to complete his seventh season at Paris Saint-Germain. Certainly his last. Linked to the Parisian club until next June and despite an optional year provided for in his contract, the Rouge et Bleu winger should not, in fact, extend within the formation coached by Mauricio Pochettino. Author of 3 achievements and 7 offerings in 26 matches in all competitions since the start of the season, the Argentinian international (121 caps, 24 goals) will nevertheless leave an indelible mark on PSG.
With 18 titles on the clock, 91 goals and 117 assists – making him the best passer in the history of the club – number 11, with a silky left foot, will logically remain in the memory of Parisian supporters. An impressive performance which does not leave indifferent several European teams, ready to take advantage of the contractual situation of the Parisian player. In this context, TyC Sports reveals interest from four major European clubs, determined to secure the services of the former Manchester United striker. Among them, we find in particular Juventus Turin.
Juve remains on pole, Barça, Atlético and Benfica on the lookout!
As the Vecchia Signora prepares to lose Paulo Dybala, Di Maria would thus have been targeted as the ideal candidate to ensure the succession of Joya. But the Turinese will have to be wary… Ready to offer a contract for one or two seasons – which “El Fideo” would see very favorably since, although he wants to play a few more years in Europe, his intention is to finish his career at Rosario Central – the Italian club will still be in competition in this matter.
Indeed, according to the Argentine media, FC Barcelona and Atlético de Madrid are also on the lookout. Fourth of La Liga, the Colchoneros would not be insensitive to the idea of associating Rodrigo De Paul and Angel Correa with the Parisian winger, starting next season. Finally, Benfica, club in which Ángel Di María took his first steps in Europe, also remains in the race. Note that during his time between 2007 and 2010 under the colors of Lisbon, the 34-year-old Argentinian had won three titles, scored 15 goals and signed 28 assists.