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Transfer news: Liverpool target Memphis Depay admits he has not spoken to Manchester United

Published 27/04/2015

Memphis Depay of PSV during the Dutch Eredivisie match between PSV Eindhoven and SC Heerenveen at the Phillips stadium on April 18, 2015 in Eindhoven, The Netherlands(Photo by VI Images via Getty Images)
Memphis Depay of PSV during the Dutch Eredivisie match between PSV Eindhoven and SC Heerenveen at the Phillips stadium on April 18, 2015 in Eindhoven, The Netherlands(Photo by VI Images via Getty Images)

Manchester United target Memphis Depay has confirmed he has had NO contact from the club as the race to sing the Dutch winger hots up.

There were mixed reports at the weekend as it emerged on Friday that Depay was in Manchester for talks with Louis van Gaal's men while it was also rumoured that he was in Liverpool for talks on Saturday.

But Depay insists there has been absolutely no talks with United and he refused to be drawn on his future when he spoke to Dutch media yesterday.

"There's absolutely no truth in that. I haven't spoken to Manchester United," said Depay.

When questioned on hus futre, Depay added: "On that question, I am not going to comment. We shall see how things will go.

"It would be great to go to one of the big (leagues) this summer, but for now I don't want to speak about that. These are my honest answers to you media guys.

"If that would become reality, it would be fantastic. It is a dream to make a transfer with such a big impact. But I already said, there is a lot of speculation and a lot of stories, but I don't know how things will work out, so let's wait and see."

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