Angel di Maria must make transfer request to leave Manchester United

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Angel di Maria will have to hand in a transfer request in order to secure an exit from Manchester United, according to the Daily Mail.

The Argentine only joined Manchester United last year, but could be on his way out of the club after a poor maiden campaign.

He started life in the Premier League quickly but lost his way and eventually gave up his place in the Red Devils' starting XI by the end of the season.


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Overall he managed just three goals in the Premier League following his £59.7 million switch from Real Madrid, and it seems as though he is close to joining Paris Saint-Germain.

The 27-year-old was close to joining the French giants before settling on a move to Manchester United, and according to reports this morning he has already agreed personal terms as the Red Devils negotiate a fee. 

However the Daily Mail call it a little differently, claiming that Manchester United haven't given serious thought to a transfer and will only let him leave if he hands in a transfer request.

Di Maria is currently enjoying a break after taking part in the Copa America with Argentina, and as it stands manager Louis van Gaal is counting on him for next season. However his family are said to be unsettled in Manchester after their house was targeted by thieves last season, and that could prompt him to force a move.

If Di Maria leaves will it be Manchester United's biggest transfer disaster?

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