Which Manchester club would best suit Di Maria?

Jun 10, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Business News

The question is, which of the two Manchester giants would best suit the Argentine? Both Manchester United and archrivals Manchester City are reportedly chasing his signature this summer, amidst speculation he will likely be sold by Real Madrid.

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Jun 11, 2013
 
i think united. if nani goes definitely di maria should join unted. why city, tey just like real, they spend money like mad but end up with nothing soif he is oing to city its like signing a new deal
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Jun 19, 2013
 
I agree. United have always adopted a much more open, attacking line up (generally the standard 4-4-2) with a winger down each flank. Meanwhile city tend to play a more narrow approach with Silva, Barry and Milner usually operating in the centre. City's only real width seems to come from the two full backs in Kolarov and Clichy. Therefore I can't really see how Di Maria would be able to fit into their system. However with new managers arriving, (Pelegrini and Moyes) all this may change. Personally I don't think Di Maria will be going to either club and will probably stick with Madrid.

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