The Argentine winger left Old Trafford under something of a cloud after falling out with Red Devils coach Louis van Gaal.
Despite arriving in Manchester amid much fanfare last summer, after starring at Real Madrid, Di Maria failed to settle with the 20-time English champions, and agitated for a move this summer.
He eventually got his wish, joining Paris Saint-Germain in a €63 million deal, making him the second most expensive signing ever made by the French giants.
One player who may be displaced by Di Maria’s arrival is his compatriot Javier Pastore, who overcame a difficult start to life in the French capital to flourish last season.
Pastore has tipped his international teammate to be a big hit in Ligue 1, and has insisted that Di Maria will do everything—even sing—to establish himself in Laurent Blanc’s side.
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“He’s going to sing,” Pastore assured Le 10 Sport, “it will do a lot of things to integrate very quickly in the heart of the team.”
Di Maria watched on on Friday evening as PSG began their title defence with a 1-0 victory away at LOSC Lille.