The Argentina international departed the French champions when his contract expired in the summer.
During his seven years at PSG, Di Maria made 295 appearances. In addition, the striker scored 92 goals in all competitions.
While in Paris, the 34-year-old won five league championships, and 13 domestic cups, and reached the 2019/20 Champions League final, which he lost to Bayern Munich. Di Maria has now signed a one-year contract with Juventus in order to continue playing at the top level ahead of the World Cup in Qatar in November.
The player has already made 122 appearances for the national team, scoring 25 goals. Last year, the attacker helped Argentina win their first major trophy in 28 years when they won the Copa America.
Di Maria has played in the Premier League, making 27 appearances for Manchester United in 2014/15.
Prior to that, he spent four seasons with Real Madrid, where he won one league championship and the Champions League in 2013/14. Juventus has finished fourth in successive seasons and is rebuilding after the departures of Giorgio Chiellini, Federico Bernardeschi, Paulo Dybala, and Alvaro Morata. Di Maria is presently Massimiliano Allegri’s first significant signing, but Paul Pogba will undoubtedly be the second after passing his medicals today.