Inter Miami Competes with Fluminense and Rosario Central for Ángel Di María's Signing

The Final Journey of a Star Who Could Make History
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The possibility of Ángel Di María leaving Benfica and returning to Rosario Central for the last six months of 2024 is a dream about to come true for Argentine fans. This move, which would not only stir the emotions of fans but also reignite the passion for soccer in Rosario, comes with emotional and strategic significance. Di María, an icon of Argentine soccer, would be closing a cycle by returning to the club where he began his professional career.

The last time the player wore Rosario Central's jersey was in 2007, before transferring to European soccer. His return would not only have a significant impact on sporting performance but also strengthen the club's identity, attracting more media attention and sponsors.

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Di María's career is marked by a victorious trajectory that includes stints at global soccer giants such as Real Madrid, Manchester United, and Paris Saint-Germain. Currently at Benfica, a club where he also made his mark, the Argentine continues to demonstrate his unique skill and vision of the game.

In addition to his stint at Rosario Central, Di María's future also involves ambitious plans for 2025. After his emotional return to Argentina, he could join clubs offering new and exciting opportunities. Among the options is Inter Miami CF, where he could play alongside Lionel Messi, Luis Suárez, Sergio Busquets, and Jordi Alba. This reunion would not only provide a spectacle for soccer fans in Miami but also establish the team as a powerhouse in Major League Soccer (MLS).

Another equally attractive possibility is his transfer to Fluminense, a Brazilian club intent on forming a stellar team with Marcelo and Thiago Silva, both former teammates and old friends. The combination of these stars aims at winning the Libertadores and the FIFA Club World Cup, trophies that are still missing from Di María's vast collection. This would be a unique opportunity to end his career in grand style, leaving an indelible mark on South American soccer.

Di María's decision to return to Rosario Central and then explore new adventures at Inter Miami or Fluminense is not just a matter of soccer, but also of legacy. He has the chance to positively influence the next generation of players, both in Argentina and abroad. By returning to Rosario Central, he will inspire young talents to pursue their dreams, showing that it is possible to reach the pinnacle of world soccer and eventually return home with dignity and pride.