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 By Kevin Palmer

Angel Di Maria blames Louis van Gaal philosophy for Manchester United exit

PSG head coach Laurent Blanc is satisfied Angel di Maria is adapting to life in the French capital following his transfer from Manchester United.

Angel Di Maria has claimed he had rows with Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal and suggested that he struggled to comprehend the Dutch tactician's philosophy during his time at Old Trafford.

Di Maria left United to join Paris Saint-Germain just a year after his British record £59.7 million move from Real Madrid, with the Argentine winger struggling to make his mark during his solitary season in the Premier League.

In his first comments on his apparent rift with Van Gaal, Di Maria told...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

David De Gea transfer stalls at deadline over paperwork - reports

With the transfer window in Spain closed and no official announcement of a David de Gea signing in Madrid, it appears the Spanish goalkeeper will remain at Manchester United for the time being.
With David de Gea's move from Manchester United to Real Madrid looking more and more final as the transfer window closes, ESPN FC's Craig Burley says the whole process should've been handled differently.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the latest Manchester United transfer rumours, including a possible Deadline Day move for David De Gea and interest in Monaco striker Anthony Martial.
Manchester United manager, Louis van Gaal, defends his first choice goalkeeper Sergio Romero after their 2-1 loss to Swansea, stating that the collective team is to blame for the mistakes made.
Spain head coach Vicente Del Bosque has no issues calling up goalkeeper David de Gea to his latest squad, despite his lack of playing time for current club, Manchester United.

David De Gea's move to Real Madrid has reportedly stalled at the final hurdle as completed paperwork failed to arrive at the Spanish league office before the transfer deadline, according to multiple news outlets.

If the reports are accurate, Manchester United will retain the player at least until January but will miss out on an agreed fee of £29 million.

The deal was also supposed to include Real goalkeeper Keylor Navas coming to Old Trafford, but the LFP office reportedly did not receive the...