With Everton confirming their interest in him, Memphis Depay has not ruled out a move from Manchester United the Mirror reports.
The Dutch International has played only 20 minutes this season in the premier league which has come in four matches as a substitute and has found it difficult to figure prominently in Jose Mourinho’s team and this has led to a lot of speculations about his future.
Depay was part of the Netherland team that defeated Luxembourg 3-1 on Sunday and was instrumental to the victory scoring two goals. After the match the winger was asked about his future at Manchester United especially after being linked to Everton he had this to say.
“I do not know, we’ll have to see. I focus on United, I do my very best to be able to get minutes. I’m going back to United with a good feeling, because I have got minutes here and we won. That is the most important thing.”
Earlier on, Depay’s fellow country man and manager of Everton Ronald Koeman ignited transfer speculations when he stated he was interested in the 22-year-old player.
When asked if he will like to have Depay at Goodison Park Koeman told Fox Sports
“I would love to have him in my team at Everton.
He is a very interesting player in my opinion. He has a lot of individual quality, is always dangerous going forward and is pretty efficient as well. He just needs to get regular playing time again. I already wanted him at Southampton in 2015, but he picked Manchester United at the time, which was a logical choice.