PSG informed AFP that Di Maria was one of two gamers who had been victims of burglaries during the sport.
A supply near the investigation informed AFP on Monday that though the burglary occurred within the presence of Di Maria’s household at their dwelling in Hauts-de-Seine, there was no violence.
CNN has contacted Di Maria’s representatives and Paris prosecutors for remark. PSG is but to remark.
PSG’s sporting director Leonardo was seen on his cell phone within the stands during the second half of Sunday’s recreation.
A quick dialogue adopted between Leonardo and supervisor Mauricio Pochettino, who was on the touchline.
Di Maria was changed quickly after by fellow Argentine Leandro Paredes within the 62nd minute and was instantly escorted down the tunnel by Pochettino. The midfielder later returned to the bench.
The Argentine’s dwelling was not the one one to be burgled during the time of the sport.
A press release on behalf of Brazilian defender and membership captain Marquinhos mentioned his dad and mom’ dwelling had additionally been burgled together with his household on the premises.
“Nobody was hurt, everybody is well and recovering from the scare. French authorities have launched an inquiry”, the assertion added.
Following Sunday’s recreation, which noticed PSG lose 2-1 and fall three factors behind league chief Lille, Pochettino addressed the media.
“There are situations outside football that you have to take into account,” he mentioned. “I think the players are the first to be aware of it, as we are, of the disappointment of having lost three points, but there are things that you already know, that the group is concerned about.
“They are involved not solely in regards to the defeat, however about issues that you simply in all probability already learn about.
“It’s not an excuse, but there was an unusual drop in energy.
“So, when your colleague requested me if we had spoken with the gamers, sure, we had spoken with the gamers, however not about what occurred football-wise. We’ll have time to speak about that tomorrow (Monday).”
PSG had led at halftime by means of Julian Draxler’s aim, however scores from Randal Kolo Muani and Moses Simon within the second interval handed Nantes an unlikely victory over the French champion.