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Tottenham Hotspur make contact for PSG’s Angel Di Maria

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Tottenham Hotspur make contact for PSG's Angel Di Maria - Sports Leo

Tottenham Hotspur are fancying a move for Paris- Saint Germain’s (PSG) wide player Angel Di Maria.

The January transfer window is still open and the North London club are looking to strengthen their attacking options.

Spurs loaned their former football star Gareth Bale from Real Madrid but it seems the Welshman has not impressed much.

32-year-old Di Maria is out of contract in the summer and there is little chance his club would hand him a new contract.

However, new manager Mauricio Pochettino seems to have confidence in the Argentina international winger having started him in all his matches.

Dele Alli was tipped to join the French champions on a loan deal and Spurs could use him to sweeten their deal with Di Maria.

The Argentine is acquiesced with the Premier League having played for Manchester United back in 2014.

The Red Devils splashed a then British record transfer fee of £59.7m to sign him from Real Madrid.

He was tipped to be a megastar for the 13 times Premier League champions and even given jersey number seven.

During his playing days at Old Trafford, the former Galacticos player had a horrendous experience.

He netted thrice and scored ten goals in just 27 appearances.

At PSG, he is a phenomenal player especially when the likes of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe have been out of form, suspended or unavailable.

Even as a backup on either flank, Di Maria has flourished and shown he is one of the most unsung heroes in European football.

Di Maria possesses similar abilities to Bale and plays a similar position to Bale too, who has not hit the ground since returning to Premier League.

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