Man United settle a record British transfer for Angel Di Maria
Manchester United has secured Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid in a record British transfer fee of £59.7 million, which is approximately R1.1 Billion rand. The club is expected to make an official announcement on Tuesday.
Argentina winger, Di Maria, arrived in Manchester on Monday and will undergo a medical test on today (Tuesday) for the completion of the transfer.
Di Maria has already said goodbye to his now former teammates in Real Madrid and is already considered a Manchester United player, as he will be making his debut on Saturday when Man United face Burnley Football Club in the Turf Moor Stadium.
Photo Caption: Angel Di Maria moving from Real Madrid to Manchester United. Photo courtesy of www.skysports.com
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Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers, has said that he is pleased with his team’s performance against Arsenal yesterday; however, he admits that they cannot continue to draw matches.
Manchester United striker, Radamel Falcao, has said that he will only sign a permanent deal with the squad, if they give him a position in a first team role.
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