Angel Di Maria has revealed that he would have been a Paris Saint-Germain player if the France based club had not encountered a problem with money and has hinted that he is willing to make a move if the club are interested in the future.
The Argentine signed for Manchester United for a record fee of £59.7m in the summer and has been among Louis van Gaal's few bright spots amid what has otherwise been a dismal start to the season for the Red Devils.
PSG were very interested in signing the former Real Madrid man but problems with FFP came into the picture which stymied the move and let United take the initiative. Di Maria revealed that there were a lot of clubs fighting for his signature but United's persistence paid off and allowed him to move to Old Trafford.
"PSG, I think they had a money problem and they couldn't buy players.This is the main reason I didn't go there. Playing in the French league would please a lot of players," Di Maria said in an interview with French broadcaster Telefoot.
"Now I'm in the English league. But you never know, there is a lot of movements in football. You can never predict where you're going to play.
"There were a lot of clubs interested in me. A lot really. But Manchester United appeared and didn't go away. They absolutely wanted me and it happened.
"It could have been a good experience for me to go to Paris. I know I'm still young, perhaps I'll go to PSG one day. I don't know how it will all end," he added.
The midfielder also talked about life in Manchester and insisted that he does not miss the La Liga or Real Madrid in any capacity.
"It's a different style of football here at Manchester United. I'm very happy. I don't have regrets about leaving Real Madrid. I think I won everything I wanted with Real: La Liga, the Champions League and the Copa Del Rey," he concluded.