‘Angel di Maria does not look happy at Man Utd’

Paul Scholes says that the Argentina international isn't settled at Old Trafford

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Paul Scholes has claimed that Angel di Maria does not look happy at Manchester United following his summer transfer.

Di Maria, 26, has been one of the Red Devils’ standout performers this season after his club-record move to Old Trafford from Real Madrid.

The Argentina international has scored three goals and made four assists for Louis van Gaal’s side in the Premier League this term.

However, former United midfielder Scholes believes that the winger does not look settled at the club.

“Preparing for the Liverpool game in Madrid this week, I watched re-runs of last season and Angel di Maria was smiling broadly as he celebrated goal after goal with Cristiano Ronaldo,” Scholes told the London Evening Standard.

“He doesn’t seem to be in the same happy mood at United. It feels downbeat among the team.”

Does Angel di Maria look happy at Man Utd?

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