Manchester United is currently on the lookout for the ideal replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo.
In the upcoming weeks, the 37-year-old is anticipated to depart from Old Trafford.
The Theatre of Dreams has already lined up a number of players who will transfer there during the winter transfer window.
They include Cody Gakpo of PSV Eindhoven as well as Tammy Abraham.
Another intriguing name, one that many supporters will recognize, has been added to the mix, though.
It stands out among the numerous unsuccessful transfers that have occurred since Sir Alex Ferguson.
Manchester United reportedly has interest in re-signing Barcelona forward Memphis Depay, per a report from the Spanish publication Sport (via Tribal Football).
Under Louis van Gaal’s leadership, Depay joined the Red Devils from PSV in 2015 for a sum somewhere around £30 million.
The attacker was one of Europe’s most promising young players at the time.
The winger-turned-center-forward, however, had trouble at Old Trafford.
In 2017, Jose Mourinho quickly let him go after just a short while playing for the Portuguese coach.
Now that Barcelona is trying to offload the Dutch international, it appears that the club is interested in entering the Depay market once more.
Before making a decision, United will review Depay’s World Cup performances.