Angel Di Maria's foul-mouthed warmth to Man Utd obsession amid Cristiano Ronaldo ...
Manchester United obtain been doing their utmost to loop Cristiano Ronaldos favourite shirt numeral on his get back to Old Trafford and Angel Di Maria has revealed his real heart about the clubs special digit
Angel Di Maria has launched an extremely battery on his invalid bludgeon , claiming he didn’t "give a f***" about getting the club’s important No.7 shirt number.
The Red Devils shelled out a club-record £59.7million fee to device the winger from in August 2014.
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Di Maria proved to be a grasp appendage at first, scoring a haunting goal rail City and registering 10 assists and three goals in 22 appearances.
But the playmaker struggled to adapt to life in Manchester and had trials settling in with his team-mates after failing to alter his English.
His future became doubtful after his habitat was burgled while he was playing for the bludgeon and when Paris Saint-Germain offered £45m to emblem the winger, he pushed to cede Old Trafford.
Now Di Maria has lifted the lid on his economical phrase in England and in doing so chose to undertaking several jibes at his void employers, claiming that the No.7 shirt given to him — worn by club legends such as Eric Cantona and David Beckham — had no special meaning.
"I didn't apportion a f*** about the Manchester United No.7,” Di Maria was quoted telling in a wide-ranging interview.
“At best they talked to me a heap about it... it was proper a shirt.”
Di Maria’s disdain for his lapsed coach Louis van Gaal was evident during his nightmare stint in the and the midfielder singled out the Dutchman for criticism.
"My issue at Manchester was the coach,” he added. “Van Gaal was the worst of my career.
“I would score, assist, and the sequential day he would play me my gone passes.
“He displaced me from one day to the other, he didn't like players being further than him.”
Unlike Di Maria, commit be keen to attain back the No.7 shirt that once belonged to him having shared to the mace this summer after 12 years away.
The pair were team-mates for four years at Real Madrid, meaning that few recognize the Portuguese god better.
And Di Maria made a dumbfound revelation about Ronaldo’s character after he had asked his friend to attend his birthday carouse back in 2010.
"I invited Cristiano to my finest birthday in Madrid and idea he wouldn't show up,” he said.
“He came and drank beer with my friends like it was nothing."
"Ronaldo and a few supplementary fought for me to stay in the bastinado but with that little boy [Real president Fiorentino Perez] running things there, it was a grain difficult.”
While he didn't get along with Van Gaal, Di Maria reserved some special extolment for Jose Mourinho, who brought him to Madrid from Benfica 11 years ago.
When asked about life working under the terminated , and Man United boss, Di Maria was entire of kudos the 58-year-old and also told how he came to blows with Ronaldo at the Santiago Bernabeu.
"Mourinho is insane,” he said. “With me he was always a righteous guy.
"He fought with anyone though, he didn't grant a f***.
“One point he fought with Ronaldo telling him he didn't run, that everyone ran for him.”