Manchester United midfielder Angel Di Maria has spoken about his future ahead of the summer transfer window after numorous links to Paris Saint-Germain.
The Argentine international, United’s club record signing in a £59.7m deal from Real Madrid last year, has struggled in his first season at Old Trafford, leading to speculation that he could be on his way out of the club quickly.
However, Di Maria himself insists he is happy with life at United, even if he concedes his first season in English football has been hard, admitting that the Premier League is physically more demanding and difficult than La Liga.
The 27-year-old still managed ten assists for United, showing some glimpses of class, but he is yet to live up to the kind of form he showed in his time in Spain, where he became regarded as one of the best attacking midfielders in Europe.
Still, according to The Sun, Di Maria won’t be quitting the Red Devils anytime soon as he prepares for next season.
“I have just finished my first season playing for Manchester United,” he explained. “Now I will play the Copa America and then I will move back to Manchester for next season and do my best there.
“It was a hard season for me. I think it was hard because it was another country and another league, and this league is harder than the Spanish one. So, I couldn’t adapt myself as I wanted to.
“La Liga and the Premier League are completely different. The Premier League is physically stronger. It was not easy at all. I ended playing few minutes.”