Di Maria Still Looking to be Loved

Everyone else may see Angel Di Maria as a wonderful player, but he doesn't quite fit the Real Madrid mould. The president is prepared to let one of his stars leave..

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chrissb7 (Manchester United) says...

@anthracyte that was really unnecessarily harsh. What purpose does calling him a rat do.

Posted 1:24pm 8th July 2014

jelasfirsttouch (Everton) says...

Always thought he flattered to deceive at Real but he's been good in the World Cup. Come to Everton lad, obviously on loan with Real still paying 98% of your wages.

Posted 12:51pm 8th July 2014

degenerate_mu (Manchester United) says...

Not a single Real Madrid fan I've talked has showed nothing but complete love and admiration to DiMaria (admittedly I'm talking about more foriegn fans than the Madridistas, but that's still a huge pool of opinions). He wasn't "loved" at the start because before this season he cut a very frustrating figure at the Bernabeu, trying many tricks that failed, tiring quickly in most matches to the point where his his contriution is none existant in the last 20 minutes (same problems with Mesut Ozil aswell), and was generally wasteful/selfish. Though one thing to be said he was always a big game player and can produce moments of magic out of nothing. In this season, there was less frustration and more magic, and this knew-found consistency put him right behind if not beside Ramos and Ronaldo for all Real fans I know in terms of appreciation. The press is disgusting, but that applies to every Spanish rag about every team.

Posted 7:30pm 7th July 2014

metal (West Ham United) says...

Typical Real Madrid stuff.. I always thought Morientes was at par with all the Galaticios they had during his time. He was still let off to buy more glamorous players...

Posted 3:07pm 7th July 2014

anthracyte (Manchester United) says...

If he didn't look so much like a rat I'm sure he'd be more loved. Clearly he is not glamorous enough. Fantastic player though.

Posted 11:23am 7th July 2014

badwolf (Manchester United) says...

I'm sure we can find a space for you Angel. We may have to ditch Valencia or Young to do it, but maybe its a sacrifice worth making.

Posted 10:05am 7th July 2014

Synergy says...

Fantastic player. Hope United pick him up, when he comes on the market.

United fans love our talented, quick, tricky wingers and he will be a crowd favorite at United.

Posted 9:48am 7th July 2014

superJay (Liverpool) says...

How do you write this entire article without once mentioning that fabulous Tottenham quote? How? (PS come to Anfield please Angel. Ask Alonso & Masch, it's great!)

Posted 9:11am 7th July 2014

icmt88 (Liverpool) says...

his fellow nationals at man city should be all over this

Posted 9:03am 7th July 2014

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