Photo: Man United’s Angel di Maria joins Liverpool target and more for snap

Manchester United midfielder Angel di Maria joins Ezequiel Lavezzi, Maxi Rodriguez and Lionel Messi for a snap

Angel di Maria and his Argentina team-mates Photo: Angel di Maria/Instagram

Angel di Maria must be relieved to swap Manchester United for Argentina after growing speculation surrounding the winger’s future over the past couple of weeks.

The British record signing has reportedly become disillusioned at Old Trafford after a tough start to his Premier League career, failing to score a goal in 2015 so far.

Di Maria joined up with his Argentinian team-mates earlier this week in USA capital Washington, with some members of the squad watching the Wizards lose to the Pacers in NBA.

Not to miss out on all the recent social media action, Di Maria uploaded a snap with Liverpool target Ezequiel Lavezzi, former Reds midfielder Maxi Rodriguez, Barcelona legend Lionel Messi and more.

The 26-year-old completed a club-record £59.7m move to the 20-time English champions from La Liga giants Real Madrid last summer.

Di Maria has scored three goals and has made nine assists in 21 Premier League appearances this season.

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