Manchester United will look to defend their International Champions Cup 2015 title with a victory over PSG in Chicago on Wednesday, but the elephant in the room will undoubtedly be Angel Di Maria and his future.

Di Maria is widely expected to sign for Paris Saint-Germain, once the French club agree a fee with Manchester United, with the Argentine reportedly telling the Premier League club he wants to leave after just one season.

While the Argentine will not be a part of either squad for this International Champions Cup game, Di Maria will be one of the talking points in the buildup to this game, and perhaps even after.

During, though, it will be all about the 90 minutes of football and if Manchester United can continue their good form.

Like last preseason, Manchester United have picked up victory after victory in this tournament, with Club America, San Jose Earthquakes and Barcelona all falling to Louis Van Gaal's side.

There might have been some could-have-been-better performances in there, but the match against Barcelona, the last one, was particularly impressive, with signs pointing towards the fact that this team are getting into their groove ahead of the start of the Premier League in just ten days.

"We've had new players come in, quality players, and we feel they can give us an extra gear to what we had last season," Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney told MUTV.

"Obviously the lads who were here already understand how the manager wants us to work. For the first couple of months last season it was probably a bit difficult to take everything in and go out and perform, but we fully understand what the manager wants, and now we've added a few players it's exciting.

"I feel we have the right squad in terms of hoping to be successful in the new season and I think it's an exciting time for the team."

Rooney believes the win over Barcelona – a 3-1 result – was particularly satisfying and bodes well for the season ahead, with Tottenham the first opponents for the former champions in the Premier League on 8 August.

"It's always a difficult game against Barcelona but to get the victory and with the way we played made it very satisfying," the England forward added. "A lot of the younger players came on for the last 30 minutes and did really well against a quality team. That will give them a lot of confidence.

"We know preseason is hard work but it's important we do as well as we can and be ready for the start of the season. In terms of preparation and games it couldn't have gone any better."

PSG have won two games out of three in this International Champions Cup 2015, with the only loss coming via penalties to Chelsea. Laurent Blanc will be reasonably pleased with his team's preparations ahead of the Trophee des Champions against Lyon.

Javier Pastore and Ezequiel Lavezzi, though, have just returned from holidays, meaning they will take some time to get up to speed.

"It's our final warmup match before the Trophee des Champions against Lyon," Blanc said. "It will be our dress rehearsal. Javier and Ezequiel have joined us so, at last, we have a full squad.

"Preseason hasn't been easy because they have returned a week before our first official match. It has made things a little more complicated, but we adapt to the situation."

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Manchester United vs PSG is scheduled to begin at 8 pm local time (2 am BST, 6.30 am IST) with live TV coverage in India on Star Sports 4 and Star Sports 4 HD. The International Champions Cup 2015 match can also be watched online via live streaming on and Hotstar.

Watch the match live in the US on ESPN Deportes and Fox Sports, with the live stream options on Watch ESPN and Foxsoccer2go.

International viewers, including the UK, can catch Manchester United vs PSG Live on MUTV and MUTV Online.

Viewers in Australia can catch the game on GEM, while France viewers can watch PSG vs Manchester United live on Bein Sports 1. The match can also be live streamed on Bein Sports Connect.