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He is the new Angel Di Maria, he played for Argentina and two MLS teams want him

This player, who imitated the career of the PSG player, could take his own path and continue his career in MLS, being followed by two clubs.

He is the new Angel Di Maria, he played for Argentina and two MLS teams want him. This player, who imitated the career of the PSG player, could take his own path and continue his career in MLS, being followed by two clubs.
He is the new Angel Di Maria, he played for Argentina and two MLS teams want him. This player, who imitated the career of the PSG player, could take his own path and continue his career in MLS, being followed by two clubs.

A bit less than 15 years ago, a left footed, skilled and fast winger got into the first team in the Argentinian club Rosario Central. After some good performances, he was sold to the Portuguese side Benfica and with that transfer, he was called up to the national team. That player was Angel Di Maria, a regular in Argentina senior team for more than 10 years.

There is another player who followed exactly the same path, that gets different here. Di Maria then played for Real Madrid, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain, and this new guy will not have that kind of offers. But he got interest on him from MLS, and since he has been benched this season, he would be keen to a move.

This player is Franco Cervi. Orlando City has been following his steps because they think Cervi is the player they need to have a shot for the MLS Cup title. The other team that wants him, FC Dallas, will earn a big amount of money following Bryan Reynolds's sale and might use the money on someone like him.

This semester has not been good for Cervi. Since Jorge Jesus was appointed as a manager, he was not counted on. His stats show it: he only played six games in the whole season, scoring once. He had had much more playtime with the previous manager, and if he is still ignored by Jorge Jesus, he will want to leave.

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