Memphis Depay told to change lifestyle by Ryan Giggs

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Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs has warned winger Memphis Depay over his lifestyle. 

This has been reported by the Mirror, who claim that senior players at Old Trafford are worried about the youngster's flashy behaviour. 

Depay, of course, completed a move to the Theatre of Dreams this past summer but has yet to hit top form in the Premier League. 


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Despite shining in the Champions League, the 21-year-old has only found the back of the net on one occasion in England's elite division and was dragged off at half-time during the Red Devils' 3-0 defeat at the hands of title rivals Arsenal last Sunday. 

And now it appears that Giggs has had a word with the talented youngster in an attempt to get him to change his habits off the pitch. 

Enough quality 

Ultimately, the words of Giggs should inspire Depay to knuckle down at the Theatre of Dreams. There's no doubt about it, it has all been a bit of a struggle for the extremely talented Dutchman so far. 

It's understandable, of course; Depay is still getting used to his new surroundings and it was always going to take time for him to settle in Manchester. 

One thing is for sure, he has more than enough talent to prove his credentials on English soil over the coming years. 

Manchester United fans: do you expect to see the best of Depay soon? Have your say below! 

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