Angel Di Maria linked to Inter Milan

Inter Milan wants to sign Angel Di Maria from PSG

Inter Milan is trying hard to get their team in proper condition as they will be back in the Champions League and for that they are trying to get players which can help them in having a longer run in the Champions league.

Luciano Spalleti has hinted of a possible move for the Argentinian winger.

According to reports from Calcio Mercato, Inter Milan has targeted Angel Di Maria who is currently playing for Pairs Saint Germain.

Angel Di Maria had a long journey playing for various clubs. In his initial days, Di Maria was a started his football club career with a local club named Rosario Central in Argentina. He was there for 2 years before moving to Portuguese side Benfica in 2007 at a fee of  €6 million. He played 124 game for the Portuguese side and scoring in 14 games.

Di Maria then moved to Spanish giants Real Madrid in the year 2010. Madrid signed Di Maria in a five-year contract for €25 million, plus €11 million in incentives. He made his debut  for the Spanish club in a friendly match against Mexican side America in August 2010. while his first goal for the side came in another friendly match against Hercules which the Spanish side won 3-1.

He represented the Spanish side in 190 games and scored 36 goals for the side. The winger then moved to English side, Manchester United for a five-year deal with Manchester United for a transfer fee of £59.7 million. This transfer was one of the most expensive transfer of all time. But Di Maria stayed for only a year at the Old Trafford scoring 4 goals from the 32 matches played for the club and further moving to French club Paris Saint Germain.

PSG signed Di Maria for an undisclosed fee, believed to be around £44 million, signing a four-year contract. Di Maria has represented the French side in 134 games and scored in 50 games.

Inter are keen to add his quality to their attack, and Di Maria  will be happy to join the side with fellows Argentinian player Mauro Icardi and Lautaro Martinez already on the books.

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