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French Ligue 1Di Maria suggests PSG will sack Pochettino

Di Maria suggests PSG will sack Pochettino

Angel Di Maria has indicated Mauricio Pochettino will be sacked as part of a “big change” at Paris Saint-Germain before the start of next season.

Pochettino is contracted to PSG until 2023, but it has long since been reported that his job is under threat.

Roma boss Jose Mourinho is the latest name to be linked with the Ligue 1 champions, while there has been no shortage of speculation that Zinedine Zidane could replace head coach Pochettino.

Di Maria has played his final game for the Parisian giants with his contract expiring at the end of this month and the winger suggested Pochettino could also be on his way out.

The Argentina international told TyC Sports: “There are other players who will surely leave. Mine was the easiest because they didn’t have to renew [his contract].

“On the one hand, it hurt and on the other, no. I left in a very special way. It was an unforgettable night [Di Maria was given a standing ovation when he was substituted in a 5-0 thrashing of Metz], that an Argentine in another country has a farewell like mine, not everyone does.

“The affection of the PSG fans, the ones behind the goal, is the most difficult thing to achieve.

That I go outside, that they sing for me alone

and has made a mural for me to sign are things that remain in the memory.”

He added: “It seems like they also want the coach to leave. So there will be a very big change, but I think [Lionel] Messi knew how to understand it.

“It will help him to be much better next season. I think it will start very well because he scored goals, gave assists, felt very comfortable, and adapted more and more.”

After becoming a free agent, Di Maria has been linked with Juventus and Barcelona.

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Abdul Aziz Shaikh
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