Angel di Maria to join the Serie A side Juventus

It has been reported that Angel di Maria has agreed with a move to Serie A side Juventus; however, di Maria is said to be furious with his situation and has no intentions to leave PSG. However, his time in the French capital is coming to an end this summer, as PSG are uninterested in an extra year option on Angel Di Maria’s contract. The 34-year-old has made more appearances for Paris Saint-Germain than any other club during his career, with 104 more than he made for Real Madrid in four years at the Santiago Bernabeu. The best passer of the ball in PSGs history (113 assists, but also 91 goals, across 294 games across all competitions), Angel Di Maria is closing in on leaving the capital club at the end of his contract.

Di Maria has spent the previous seven years in the industry with PSG, where he has won several national championships, but the club has opted not to renew his contract into the summer. The 34-year-old will play his farewell match for the Ligue 1 winners facing Metz on May 21 before becoming a free agent the following month, with Juve keen to sign him.

According to Le Parisien, Angel Di Maria is furious with Paris Saint-Germain for what is perceived as an about-face. The player’s family has settled in the French capital. According to a report in Le Parisien, Angel Di Maria is angry with a perceived U-turn by the affiliation with the player’s family settled in Paris. Speaking of PSG star Angel Di Maria, the midfielder is likely to depart the Parc des Princes this summer following his contract expires. PSG star Angel Di Maria is joining Juventus in free agency this summer; GOAL has confirmed that he has agreed to a one-year deal at the Allianz Stadium. 

One of the most incredible deals in football history was completed in the last transfer window, as Lionel Messi was formally unveiled as the player for PSG, having ended his 21-year tenure with Barcelona. Lionel Messi is actually the third; Lionel Messi’s age and the short term of his contract are to blame. The arrangement and PSGs ability to sign Messi last summer was seen as two significant cards PSG needed to keep the striker in Barcelona. In January, PSG sporting director Leonardo confirmed that Paris Saint-Germain was monitoring Messi’s contract situation. At times, both Leonardo and Al-Khelaifi were in contact with the player’s entourage. Angel Di Maria started repaying his $68.9m price tag with his first goal for PSG just four minutes into the game, as the Argentina winger, who helped Real Madrid win the European Cup for a record tenth time in 2014, majestically curled a shot into the top-left corner after cutting inside from the right.

Vishal Patra

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