Angel Di Maria has admitted he may be forced to leave Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season, with the club under pressure to sell.
Last summer, the French giants obliterated the world transfer record to sign Neymar for £198million, and are obliged to pay Monaco £166m for Kylian Mbappe this time around.
A reported miscalculation in revenue from various sponsorship deals means the club are allegedly in danger of failing to meet Uefa’s Financial Fair Play requirements.
And Di Maria, 30, insists that means the possibility of leaving this summer remains high.
Asked where his future lies, he told France Football: “I do not know —football is very weird.
“I am happy here, but the club needs to bring in players and, for that, they have to sell other players.”
Di Maria enjoyed a blistering start to 2018 and, going into the Champions League last-16 first leg clash with Real Madrid, was PSG’s top goal scorer since the turn of the year.
However, he remained an unused sub throughout the contest as Unai Emery’s side lost 3-1 — and he admits not being able to face his former side hurt.
He added. “I was very disappointed not to be included in the starting XI, because I was in a good position.”
Di Maria has enjoyed more time in the PSG starting line-up of late due to Neymar’s absence following his broken metatarsal.