Well, that’s that then. Memphis Depay’s move away from Manchester United is all done and dusted, and Lyon has not hung around in getting their new player a fresh shirt number. The 22-year-old has been handed the #9 jersey (see photos below) and he sure looks happy.
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Manchester United Football Club have changed somewhat in recent years. Sine Sir Alex Ferguson left the club, their willingness to promote youth has somewhat diminished, and big money has been spent on star players like Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba.
Manchester United Football Club are closing in on a deal that’ll see Memphis Depay move to Lyon in Ligue 1. The 22-year-old has had a torrid time at the Theatre of Dreams since Louis van Gaal brought him to the club just over eighteen months ago, and now he looks send to end his time here.
Manchester United Football Club seems to be closing in on the sale of Memphis Depay. The Dutch winger has struggled in the Premier League during his season-and-a-half here thus far, so-much-so that this season he hasn’t earned a start under Jose Mourinho.
Manchester United Football Club have a big game on their hands this weekend, and as we all know, away trips to Stoke City are never easy. Jose Mourinho’s men drew 1-1 with The Potters’ in the game at Old Trafford earlier on in the season, and he’ll be looking to make amends for that.
Manchester United Football Club are obviously one of the biggest organisations on the planet. In football at the highest level, there is obviously huge money involved in advertising and sponsorship deals; and that’s a luxury that Marcus Rashford is now involved with.
Manchester United Football Club rescued a point against Liverpool yesterday, with Jose Mourinho’s men having the fighting spirit to not lie down and roll over. The lads kept on working and earned a deserved draw thanks to a late Zlatan Ibrahimovic leveller.
Manchester United certainly bucked their ideas up rather considerably in January, as Jose Mourinho’s men clawed some ground back on their Premier League rivals in front of them. On top of that, the Red Devils are still in all four competitions.
Manchester United’s biggest game of the season so far takes place this coming Sunday, when Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side visit Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho’s men have been in good form recently, and they’ll be hoping to keep up their excellent winning streak come 18:00 BST on Sunday evening.
Manchester United Football Club have been playing rather well lately, with Jose Mourinho tending to stick with the same players who have been performing at a high enough level. That has led to some players being used sparingly, one of which is Memphis Depay.