Di María celebrates his goal against Spezia (Tano Pecoraro/LaPresse via AP)
Ángel Di María would have his days numbered at Juventus despite the great goal he scored this Sunday in the 2-0 victory against Spezia. Fideo’s contract with the Torino club will expire on June 30 and a possible return to Spain will be on the horizon, but not at Real Madrid where he has already played for five years. It would be two other giants as revealed by an Italian media. The 35-year-old striker from Rosario comes from being world champion with the Argentine team in Qatar 2022 and maintains a good level.
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According to the Tuttomercatoweb portal, Di María, although he would receive a renewal offer from the Vecchia Signora, could emigrate again. “Ángel Di María’s contract with Juventus is about to expire and he would like to play one more season in Europe before finishing his career at Rosario Central. Apart from Juventus, who would like to offer to renew the player, two other clubs would also have their eyes on the player, namely Atlético de Madrid and Barcelona, both set to make an offer for the player.
After not being taken into account by the PSG coach, Christopher Galtier, the player from Santa Fe sought new directions in his career and the chance of Juventus was the most seductive in the face of a competitive first part of the season to arrive in the best possible way to the Qatar 2022 World Cup, in which every time he had to intervene he complied and especially in the remembered final against France in which he scored a great goal after a majestic collective play.
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The Osasuna soccer player from Rosario, with a past in San Lorenzo, spoke about the crime of his brother-in-law, the couple and their daughter. He also referred to the violence in his neighborhood: “My family always tells me: ‘Maybe one day you come back and the guy you hit in a bowling alley ten years ago, now he’s crazy in the head, drugged and he’ll shoot you.”
This year he has played 20 games and four goals, although his six assists show how important he was for his team. It should be remembered that he did not play for three weeks due to a low-grade injury to the hamstring in his right thigh. He returned on November 6, in the run-up to the World Cup and reached the top round in Qatar with just enough.
Di María wants to continue one more season in the Old World and then he would consider the possibility of returning to Rosario Central, but in the last interview he ruled out that it would be this year. “I listened to her and honestly I didn’t like her at all,” Fideo replied to ESPN in reference to some statements by Vice President Carolina Cristinziano.
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Later, he elaborated: “Going out to say those things at this time was not necessary. Doing these things for political purposes is fart, because they are already as president and vice president, it was not necessary. More than anything because they excite people and create discomfort in people because if at the end of the day, I don’t return, the one who bitches is me and also them. Honestly, it’s a fart.”
In that report, Di María made it clear what the leaders of the Rosario Academy have to do so that this expected return can take place and also revealed how long he would like to continue in the Argentine team.
The footballer who emerged from the Scoundrel is still pending the matches of this team and despite his statements he does not completely rule out a possible return. Fideo is one of the most important players that Argentina gave and beyond his successes with the National Team in Europe, he played in titans like Benfica, Real Madrid, Manchester United, PSG and now Juventus.
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