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Everton look set to make a move for Memphis Depay in January after manager Ronald Koeman confirmed his interest in the out-of-favour Manchester United winger.
The Holland international has played just 20 minutes of Premier League football in four substitute appearances under Jose Mourinho this season, leading to speculation he could be allowed to leave Old Trafford in the new year.
Memphis is under contract until 2019 after signing from Feyenoord for £25 million in 2015, but has been unable to seal himself a place in the team on a regular basis and Koeman could offer his compatriot the game time which he believes could change the winger's fortunes.
I would like to have him.
I think he is an interesting player. He has great individual qualities. He just needs to play games.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan is determined to prove his worth at Manchester United despite being linked with a swift return to his former club Borussia Dortmund.
The Armenian midfielder has failed to impress Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford and has not started for his club since aggravating a thigh injury in the defeat to Manchester City in September.
Mkhitaryan, who played in the whole of his country's dramatic World Cup qualifying win over Montenegro in Yerevan on Friday, says he will not give up his quest to impress his new boss.
I know I can succeed at Manchester United, and I want to show everyone that I deserve to be a key player in this team and this league.
Today I don't have enough playing time, so I have to do my best so the coaching staff give me the chance to play.
There are no disappointments, just challenges. I never give up when I encounter obstacles in my way. I just continue going until I reach my career objectives.
Regarding Jose Mourinho, I hope I can learn a lot from him - he is a coach with a fantastic record. I saw the move to Manchester United as an opportunity to grow as a player and as a person.
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