Di María is still on holiday, but is losing patience over the fact his transfer from Real Madrid to PSG still hasn’t been finalised, despite the fact he has, in principle, a deal with them for next season. The Paris based club is still dealing with the effects of the Financial Fair Play rules and cannot spend 60 million euros to bring in the Argentine, without first offloading one of their current stars. Di María, according to French radio station RMC, has asked Al-Khelaifi (PSG President) to move the deal forward, or he will start talking to his other suitor, Manchester United.
The Red Devils have the financial muscle to pull off the deal, but haven’t offered Di María the eight million euros net a season PSG have tempted the player with, because it would throw their salary structure into disarray. Di María is convinced his transfer won’t turn into a terrible, long drawn out affair, with the possibility of having to return to Madrid on 5 August. But to make sure he’s pressuring PSG into reaching a solution.