Two days ago, Marca reported Manchester United are willing to bid €10m for Barcelona’s Memphis Depay.

Juventus were keen to acquire his services, but failed to agree a deal with the forward. They have now signed Arkadiusz Milik from Marseille.

This is relayed by Sport today, who then state the La Liga man could still go to Manchester United.

The Netherlands international’s deal expires in 2023. The termination of his contract with Barca is ready, but the negotiations with Juve collapsed.

It’s claimed the former Lyon man’s ‘future has taken an unexpected turn in the last few hours’. His next destination could be Manchester United, where Erik ten Hag would have ‘requested’ the Red Devils sign his compatriot.

The ex-Ajax manager sees the 28-year-old as a ‘market opportunity’ and the player would prioritise a return to Old Trafford, where he spent over 18 months between 2015 and 2017.

Sport state Depay was considering Juve’s offer for about three weeks. He asked to leave Barca as a free agent and reached an agreement with the Blaugrana, before the deal with the Serie A side collapsed.

If a move to United were to materialise now, it needs to be seen whether it will be through a free transfer or other means.

Barcelona are waiting for Depay’s final decision as his exit is needed to lower their wage bill, which could help them make new additions to their squad.