The Argentine Winger who consummated his £44million switch to Parc Des Princes yesterday afternoon pens an open letter to Manchester United family.
The former Real Madrid man Angel Di Maria, who signed for Manchester United for a British record fee of £60m last summer, apologized with Red Devils fans for not making things work out. He further said: “I did my best but football is not like maths…”
Read Di Maria’s open letter to Manchester United below:
To Manchester United:
I write this note to thank all the Manchester United family for the great support received during the year I’ve been part of this Club.
When Manchester United chose me as part of their team I felt extremely honoured because I knew what this Club means and how it trusted me.
Nevertheless, I’m aware things didn’t work as we all expected and believe me, I feel really sorry about it. However in the career of a football player sometimes the unexpected and unwanted may happen.
I can guarantee you it was not for trying. I did my best but football is not like maths: often a lot of things out of our control affect the way we feel and the way things turn out. I am sorry it did not work out as I would have wished in this amazing huge club.
I want to give special thanks to all the Directors and Management of Manchester United as well as to every member of the staff and colleagues as they gave me all their support. Also a special mention to all the fans who always trusted me and showed me their respect and love.
Now is time to move to PSG but the Glorious Manchester United Club will be forever in my memory
Wish you all the best in the world.
With best regards,
Angel Di Maria