Ligue 1 bosses Paris Saint-Germain have started arrangements for next season in the wake of affirming their most memorable large name takeoff.
The French monsters have affirmed that Angel di Maria will leave the club when his agreement lapses in June.
Di Maria showed up in the French capital in 2015 from Manchester United and enlisted 92 objectives and 118 aids 294 appearances during that period.
"The Argentine has brought back home 18 titles and presently flaunts the club record for the most helps."
President Nasser Al-Khelaifi additionally expressed gratitude toward Argentine for his support of the club over years, including winning 18 prizes.
"Holy messenger Di Maria has made a super durable imprint on the historical backdrop of the club. He will stay in the recollections of the allies as somebody with a blameless demeanor, who has shielded our varieties with flawless responsibility," he added.
"I would request all from the Paris Saint-Germain family to make a beeline for the Parc des Princes tomorrow to give him enough accolade."
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