Angel Di Maria’s proposed move to Juventus has elicited a mixed reaction from Bianconeri supporters on social media.
Football Italia told you on Monday how the Argentina winger is closing in on a free transfer to the Allianz Stadium.
The deal will be for a one-year contract with the option of a further 12 months and a salary of €7 million net per year.
And, while the prospect of a seven-time title-winner across three European leagues is an attractive prospect to some fans, others believe that, with Di Maria no 34, Juve should be looking elsewhere.
Anyone who is happy with Di Maria joining, have you watched him this season?
He has 1 goal in 6 months, he doesn’t start for PSG anymore, he turns 35 next season, cost of €7m
A rebuilding Juventus should not be signing this declining player https://t.co/tJgcI69MzX
— Carlo Garganese (@carlogarganese) May 17, 2022
La programmazione. Ripartire con un quasi 35enne per un altro anno fallimentare. https://t.co/G2TqAQKGSN
— Vittorio Giordano (@Vittoriog82) May 17, 2022
I am just tired of seeing old players come to our league at their end of their careers. Like why don’t you go to @MLS like Miami or LA and enjoy life.
— la jeepeta (@MilosKerkez) May 17, 2022
— Jack 😈 (@Dxtrjck7) May 17, 2022
Di Maria on a free is a big signing for a Juventus who will be letting on of players walk. Brings experience and the length of the contract makes it so that it is not that risky. Its kinda like Juve are trying to buy some time for Soule to step up 👀⚫️⚪️
— Mike ⚫️⚪️ (@JuventinoMC) May 17, 2022
— Cliff Esmiol (@CliffEsmiol) May 17, 2022
I don't want di maria at juventus with all due respect he is a baller and still has a lot of quality
We need perisic and pogba on a free transfer
40 million for raspadori and 15million for Nikola milenkovic
This will make a good transfer window
— Aaryan (@Thegoatedzone) May 17, 2022
Raspadori e Di Maria sarebbe la più saggia tra le ipotesi https://t.co/h7LUlKfE9P
— Il sopracciglio di Ancelotti (@AncelottiIl) May 17, 2022
Di Maria a la Juve es lo más estúpido del mercado de transferencias
— 21 (@Mario_AquinoM21) May 17, 2022
Yes to Pogba, and only yes to 1 of Di Maria or Perisic. Need a good mix of experience and youth. Plus the wages of all 3 would prevent us from other upgrades https://t.co/badiGACVPJ
— PL (@plarusso24) May 17, 2022
Juventus will look offensive with Di Maria Vlahovic partnership⚽ PSG need to rebuild heavily. https://t.co/jbmG68shvy
With DiMaria joining us soon, I hope there won't stop us from getting some decent RMF in a type of Mo Salah. https://t.co/SK2Gmhv58W
— JuaraUCLkapan? (@reyhan_yozard) May 17, 2022
Big fan of this move. Sure, it contradicts Juve's recent transfer policy, but Di Maria's the ultimate short-term solution. Should he stay fit (his injury record's pretty good), then he'll be a valuable asset for the next two years. https://t.co/tzqDefCBk9
— Old Juve (@OldjuveFS) May 17, 2022
— Luca Volonnino (@lucavolonnino) May 17, 2022
letting dybala go and signing a 6-year older injury prone argentinian on a higher wage is the play 🤝 https://t.co/JfRRHWmIQX
— كلّه من علي (@thelegendaryal) May 17, 2022
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— Lorenzo (@MasterHeep) May 17, 2022