A “furious” Memphis Depay has held “showdown talks” with Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal, according to reports.
Depay has struggled to adapt to life at Old Trafford since joining United for £25million from PSV in the summer.
The Dutchman has scored just two goals in 28 Premier League games, and has found himself in and out of the first-team squad.
The 22-year-old was chosen as a substitute in recent consecutive league games against Crystal Palace and Leicester, and has now sought “showdown talks” with manager Van Gaal, according to The Sun.
Charlie Wyett reports that Depay ‘was left furious’ at not making the starting line-up for either game, and that he met with compatriot Van Gaal to discuss his position in the squad.
Depay returned to the starting line-up for the 1-0 win over Norwich on Saturday, but generally struggled to make an impact.