Man United must upgrade their attack with Angel Di Maria

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One transfer race Man United can ill afford to lose

Date: 17th April 2014 at 6:30pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

Angel Di Maria hasn’t given this one up, at least not without a fight. This season it was expected that the Argentine would drop out of the Real Madrid lineup and find a place on the bench, or, worst case scenario – for Madrid especially – he would have simply been sold before the closure of last summer’s transfer window. He didn’t have a place in the starting XI, it seemed. Gareth Bale’s transfer fee alone makes him a feature in the team if available – and if he’s not performing, something, without pointing fingers, will intervene. Di Maria wasn’t sold last year, when it appeared he, not Mesut Ozil, would be moving to Arsenal. Carlo Ancelotti insisted that the Argentine be retained, citing the need for balance and, obviously, a wide player who can stay wide if instructed. Di Maria found fortune in Bale’s injury and lack of fitness. Bar Luka Modric, ... Read More


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