Manchester United star Angel di Maria is seriously considering his future at the club, according to the Daily Star.
The report has suggested that the Argentine international, who joined the Red Devils for a British record fee of £59.7 million from Real Madrid this past summer, could now look to leave Old Trafford sooner rather than later.
On the pitch
There's no doubt about it, despite enjoying a fine opening to his United career, Di Maria has endured a tricky time on the pitch of late.
Scoring and creating goals, the Argentine international quickly proved his credentials in England's elite division in the early stages of the season, but he's failed to show his ability over the last few months.
Injuries have taken their toll on the midfielder, while he's struggled to find his top form and best position under Louis van Gaal.
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And, after featuring for the Red Devils in the club's 3-1 victory over strugglers Leicester City this past weekend, Di Maria's house was targeted by burglars, with it now being claimed that the player's wife is too scared to return home.
The midfielder is currently staying in the Lowry Hotel, but it appears that he's not entirely happy in Manchester.
There is interest
Unsurprisingly, there is interest in his services, with French moneybags Paris Saint-Germain seemingly in the market to land him. The same report from the Daily Star has suggested that Laurent Blanc's side could make a move for him in the upcoming transfer window.
The same report has, however, suggested that Manchester United are unlikely to sell the midfielder, but it remains to be seen as to whether PSG step up their interest in him.
Manchester United fans will no doubt be hoping that their star man settles to life in England as the club go in search of long term success.
Di Maria's immediate focus will turn to this weekend's Premier League clash with West Ham, as he looks to inspire the Red Devils to another victory in a testing fixture.
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