Manchester United 'accelerate plans to re-sign Memphis Depay in January'
Manchester United are reportedly in the market to sensationally re-sign Memphis Depay.
The Dutchman, who joined United from PSV ahead of the 2015-16 campaign, arrived in the north-west to much fanfare and promise but failed deliver before being offloaded to Lyon in 2017.
Having rebuilt his career somewhat with Lyon, Depay once again achieved a dream move to one of the giants of world football when he signed for Barcelona last year.
It was a move that initially bore some fruit, with the Dutchman carrying over his performances from Ligue 1 to Spain but it has since turned sour, with Xavi Hernandez and the club's vocal supporters appearing to be on the same page regarding his future place at the club.
According to Sport, a Spanish publication, United will look to offer him a route out of the club this January as they look to replace Cristiano Ronaldo, who has had his contracted terminated following his bombshell interview with Piers Morgan last week.
The report states that United have been working at re-signing the forward, with Barcelona certain to sign off on his departure. The Catalans are reportedly 'clear' that he must leave this winter.
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