Memphis Depay has refused to rule out leaving Manchester United in the January transfer window after Everton declared their interest in signing him.
The Netherlands international, who joined United from PSV Eindhoven last summer on a four-year deal, has played just 20 minutes of Premier League football in four substitute appearances under Jose Mourinho this season.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman revealed on Saturday that he was keen on bringing his compatriot to Goodison Park in the New Year and insisted the 22-year-old winger had “great individual qualities”.
When asked about a possible move away from Old Trafford, Depay said:
“I do not know, we’ll have to see. I focus on United, I do my very best to be able to get minutes.”
Although uncertainty remains over his club future, Depay showed his worth on the international stage on Sunday, scoring twice in the Netherlands’ 3-1 World Cup qualifying victory over Luxembourg.
“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.”