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Neil Humphreys: Sell di Maria and buy Bale, United
Britain's biggest club must bail out arguably Britain's best footballer.
Gareth Bale belongs at Manchester United. The sun is setting on his Spanish adventure. It's time to come home, says Neil Hunmphreys.
Bale's supporters emphasise his pivotal role in winning a 10th Champions League for Real last season, but Angel di Maria was Man of the Match in that final and now warms the bench at United.
According to reports, Paris St Germain are interested in the unsettled Argentinian and boast the spending power to purchase United's record signing.
Di Maria offers United a chance to demonstrate their empire-rebuilding intentions by placing a risky, cumulative bet.
With the Glazers' backing, Louis van Gaal can sell di Maria, top up the difference and place the lot on No. 11 at Real Madrid.
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