Paris SG goalkeeper Marcin Bułka declares Ángel Di María hates time spent in former club Manchester United.
Angel Di Maria hates the regime of hard training
Argentinian midfielder Di Maria “hated his time at Manchester United. Also, Neymar could never cope with the” hard training “regime of Cristiano Ronaldo, says pair’s the team-mate in PSG Marcin Bulka. The star lyrics collected in the Parc des Princes to complement domestic dominance with long-awaited European fame. A lot of money spent pursuing this goal, among those who were drawn up by international Di Maria in Argentina. In the summer of 2015, he was offered an escape route from Old Trafford, with a forgetful one season. Bulka says that South Americans do not have exciting memories about that period of his career. With the former playmaker of the Real Madrid eager to forget all about the Man United.
Neymar loves to change his hair
The hopeful Polish goalkeeper told reporters about Di Maria.”He hated his time at Manchester United, has no good memories from there.” Whenever there is the Red Devils on any screen, he switches to something else.”Angel is currently lining up next to Neymar in a formidable attacking unit in PSG, while the Brazilian striker is considered different from the superstar Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Bulka added: “Guy indeed loves to change his hair. He dances before the games, it seems to be a Brazilian thing. “Honestly, if he had such rigorous training as the Cristiano Ronaldo. I don’t think he would be as good as he is. Brazilians need to relax to play at the highest level.”
When Mbappe accelerates, you can’t do anything
Another shining for PSG at present is Kylian Mbappe, with an exciting forward already three-time Champion of League 1 and the winner of the World Cup at only 21 years old. “When he accelerates, you can’t do anything,” said Marcin. “But also a tough guy. “It’s only a year older than me, which is strange because he has already experienced so much, and it seems that he was there forever. Fenomeno, he has a straightforward style of shooting.” Marco Verratti is another current colleague, which Bulka holds to the highest degree, with a fighting Italian living presence on the field and beyond.
“His reactions and speed of thinking on the field outside this world,” said Marcin. “You look at him and think that he has a camera on the back of his head. He’s the engine of the team, or more like a metronome.” Once we returned from the game and sat in front of the departure screen at the airport. When the flight to Barcelona jumped out, our coach was like this: “Guys, watch for Neymar.” When there was a flight to Ibiza, he went: “Watch Marco guys!” PSG are again at the top of Ligue 1 this season, but there is still work to do in their last Champions League campaign after losing 2-1 to Borussia Dortmund in the first stage of their last 16 meetings.