Manchester United Should Never Have Sanctioned The Sale Of These Players
Manchester United were one of the busiest clubs in the world last summer. The new manager, Jose Mourinho, spent an insane amount of money on the squad to get them to compete with the best this season. But he has also had to let go of a few star players recently, who have turned into world class players in due time. Manchester United have sold some of the biggest stars in world football and it seems like Mourinho is already looking to get a couple of them to the club at the end of the season. The manager will surely atone for the club’s error of selling such players. But the question is, who has United missed the most? Here are two players from the recent past, who the Red Devils should not have let go.
Angel di Maria (PSG)
The former Real Madrid winger is regarded as one of the most exciting players in Europe and he made a £59.7million move to Old Trafford back in 2014. However, he was not able to settle into the squad under Louis van Gaal and left the club just a season later to seal a switch to PSG for just £44.3m in 2015. Di Maria has 9 goals and 10 assists in all competitions this season and has been more productive than most of the Manchester United players this campaign. Mourinho recently said that he would never have sold him and the 29-year old, currently in his prime, will remain one of United’s biggest transfer mistakes. The manager is now looking to attacking quality to the squad and he would have been happy to have Di Maria in the squad.