Angel Di Maria has penned a good bye letter to Manchester United fans after his move to Paris Saint-Germain was announced offcially.

The Argentine winger arrived to Manchester United from Real Madrid last season for a British transfer record fee of £59.7 million and coud not entirely impress for the Red Devils despite a very good start at the Theater of Dreams.

He put on a very unprofessional attitude with his employers when he did not join the pre-season squad after an extended vacation post Copa America duty with Argentina.

His manager, when asked about the whereabouts of the player stated that he did not know where his number seven was.

After a long lasting transfer saga the player finally joined PSG for £44.3 million which was a significant loss for the 20 time League winners.

His unprofessionalism frustrated the United fans and the player penned the letter for them.

He said “sorry” to the fans as he said that things did not work out at Old Traffor for him as he expected.

He said,” I can guarantee you it was not for trying. I did my best but football is not like maths: often a lot of things out of our control affect the way we feel and the way things turn out. I am sorry it did not work out as I would have wished in this amazing huge club.”

However, the United fans are unlikely to buy the clarifications from the ex Real Madrid player.

Here is his letter-

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    Snehanjan Banerjee closely follows English Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga and Serie A along with other world football events.

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