Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly agreed a deal with Manchester United for the transfer of Angel Di Maria, with the fee said to be around €65m, according to a report by France Football.
The report claims that the Argentine is not happy in Manchester and according to the Mirror, the Ligue 1 club are confident of completing the deal before they depart from their tour of the United States.
Di Maria joined the Red Devils just last summer for a British record fee, but struggled to adapt to the Premier League. After a bright start to his career at Old Trafford, the winger's performance tailed off, which eventually led to him being dropped by manager Louis van Gaal.
PSG have been on the trail of the Argentine and almost signed him last summer, but were unable to do so due to the constraints imposed by the Financial Fair Play rules, which have since been lifted allowing them to complete the move this time around.
The United boss has refused to rule out Di Maria's exit, and has simply implied that it is an ongoing process. The Argentine is yet to join United's pre-season tour in the US, and is supposed to link up with his teammates on Saturday 25 July ahead of their game against Barcelona in the International Champions' Cup.
I expect him [Di Maria] tomorrow, because we have communicated that and they have responded on that," said Van Gaal, as quoted by the Mirror.
"I am not answering questions about transfers or the process. He [Di Maria] cannot play in the game, because we have to build him up."
"When you come out of your holidays you cannot play immediately a game, so that is out of the question," the Dutch manager added.