PSG receives FC Metz this Saturday evening in Ligue 1 at the Parc des Princes. The last game for some players, including Angel Di Maria.
After seven seasons spent in the colors of PSG, Angel Di Maria will leave the capital club in the coming days. At the end of the contract, the Argentinian was not extended by the new champions of France. A strong choice that makes a lot of talk. At 34, Di Maria is considered by many PSG fans to be a true legend. Best passer in the history of Paris Saint-Germain with 111 caviars distributed in 294 games, the former Real Madrid also has 91 goals scored. Some will be remembered, just like his game vision and his sense of sacrifice. If he will be entitled to a beautiful tribute this Saturday evening against Metz at the Parc des Princes, Di Maria will not leave on the best terms with his management.
Di Maria, the management still at fault?
PSG announces Ángel Di María will leave after spending the last seven seasons with the club:
▪️ 294 appearances
▪️ 91 goals
▪️ 111 assists
▪️ 18 trophies
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According to information from goal, the management of PSG was not necessarily very classy with Angel Di Maria. And it is obviously customary to do so, since other players at the end of the contract in the past, such as Blaise Matuidi, Thiago Silva or Edinson Cavani have experienced the same thing. “Matuidi, Silva and Cavani. All were faced with the methodical silence of their management, calls going unanswered for several weeks and a slow deterioration in their status,” starts in particular goalbefore giving way to a testimony from a club expert on the methods of PSG: ” As soon as you start to be towards the exit, the club distances itself from you. If you’re in place, you have the power, everyone wants to be close to you and then when you’re about to leave, we’re less present for you. Even the employees distance themselves so as to no longer be identified as close to the player. This is particularly what happened to Rabiot when he was at the end of his contract when he represented an example and a hope for the Titis’ “. Not really enough to reassure some PSG fans, already vehement towards the management of the club for a few months now. The PSG Ultras, despite their tribute to Di Maria this Saturday, will still sulk with their team during the meeting. It remains to be seen how these dissensions will be settled during the summer, when significant changes are promised internally.