Transfer Zone: Angel Di Maria seems relieved PSG chose Messi over Ronaldo

"Cristiano would certainly like to be here, but they signed Messi and luckily, it's better this way."

Cristiano Ronaldo

Angel Di Maria believes Cristiano Ronaldo will be desperate to join Paris Saint-Germain.

The Argentinian winger is delighted to have fellow native Lionel Messi at the club but thinks Ronaldo would be 'dying to be here.'

"Cristiano Ronaldo would be dying to be here. The quality and quantity of players at PSG is something unique.

"It doesn't happen often in clubs and the greats always want to be with the best. Cristiano would certainly like to be here, but they signed Messi and luckily, it's better this way." A dig or mistranslation? 

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James Rodriguez

Everton's Hollywood signing does not have a future at the club, according to Mundo Deportivo.

James is currently out with Covid-19 but once he recovers you can expect him to get a one-way ticket out of Goodison.

It appears the Toffees' fans aren't impressed with Rafael Benitez

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Raphael Varane

Raphael Varane has finally been confirmed as a Manchester United player.

The Frenchman was unveiled just before the Red Devils thrashed rivals Leeds United 5-1.

It's safe to say Man United fans are thrilled at the news.

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Jesse Lingard

Gary Neville has told Jesse Lingard to leave Man United and it is believed West Ham are looking to resign the midfielder.

Should they sign him, they have a young 28-year-old prospect on their hands...

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Kylian Mbappe

Paris Saint-Germain are anticipating a bid from Real Madrid for forward Kylian Mbappe.

They are believed to be prepared to bid £100million - the same price Manchester City paid to sign Jack Grealish. Dream on.

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Thomas Henry

Thomas Henry wants to join Celtic, says his agent. Gent already have an offer accepted from Leuven meaning the Glasgow giants may miss out on capturing his signature.

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Not going to happen

Florentino Perez has been forced to deny that he is exploring the possibility of Real Madrid leaving La Liga for the Premier League. Good job really, Florentino.

One person decided to get political.

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