Manchester United have once again been linked with a £10m move for PSV Eindhoven’s Memphis Depay.
Dutch winger Depay is only 20-years-old but has a phenomenal record this season, having grabbed 16 goals and three assists in 21 games in the Eredivisie and Europa League.
He rose up through the ranks at the Dutch giants after joining them in 2006 and impressed under Louis van Gaal‘s guidance at the 2014 World Cup, where he scored two goals and bagged an assist in three appearances.
Pacy and tricky, Depay’s style of play is something Man United’s current squad lacks and his relationship with Van Gaal would no doubt help push through any move.
— Neil Henderson (@hendopolis) February 5, 2015
The youngster’s pace and technical ability would allow Man United to play with two out and out wingers next season which would mean fans could say goodbye to the much-maligned 3-5-2 formation that the club has often employed this season. Van Gaal traditionally favours a typical 4-3-3 formation with natural wingers, so Depay would certainly help him move Man United more towards that formation.