Manchester United are looking to build a relationship with Argentina after signing Angel di Maria and Marcos Rojo in the last transfer window.
As reported by the Independent, it appears that the club are looking to make up for the loss of Mexican striker Javier Hernandez. The forward - who moved to Real Madrid on a one year loan deal - produced the goods for the club in a commercial sense as he made the club huge amounts of money through shirt sales.
Now, then, it appears that Manchester United are targeting South America as they look to further expand globally. After signing Di Maria and Rojo, Old Trafford is set to play host to Argentina's clash with Portugal on November 18 which is likely to pull in a crowd of at least 50,000.
Next month's clash certainly looks set to be an exciting one, as Di Maria and Rojo will be joined on the pitch by the likes of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Manchester United, of course, have previously had Argentine stars in their ranks, with the likes of Gabriel Heinze and Juan Sebastain Veron having starred at the Theatre of Dreams over the years, but now it appears that the club are ready to push the relationship further than ever before.
Di Maria and Rojo
Of course, the signings of Di Maria and Rojo will help United globally, but the pair have also made an instant impact on the pitch since arriving at the club.
Rojo has played a key role in United's back-line, having starred at left-back and centre-back in his opening few games for the club. Di Maria, meanwhile, has enjoyed a brilliant start in England's elite division after making a huge summer move from Real Madrid. The Argentine ace has already struck three goals and three assists in his opening five fixtures for the club.
Manchester United fans will now be hoping the club can sign a few more top Argentine stars over the next few years. Lionel Messi, perhaps...