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Rio Ferdinand: Manchester United failure will haunt Angel Di Maria


Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand says Angel Di Maria will regret his failure at Old Trafford.

The 27-year-old will join French giants Paris Saint-Germain in a deal worth £44m according to reports, one year after joining the Red Devils from Real Madrid.

And Ferdinand believes that the winger's reputation has been tarnished forever.

"He will now always have on his CV that he was a failure at Man United," Ferdinand told ESPN FC at a BT Sport media event

"As a professional, I wouldn't want something like that on my record. If I could rectify it by staying and trying to prove myself, I would have done that.

"As a fan, I would have liked for him to stay there and prove he can perform for Man United. That is what we all wanted to see when the club paid so much for him last summer, but that isn't happening, it seems.

"I can understand why some fans are disappointed that he is leaving so soon, but this is a business.

"United may have looked at it this summer and Van Gaal has probably come to the conclusion that he doesn't fit into his system for whatever reason. At that point, you have to cash in."

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