The Hard Tackle takes a look at the key news stories surrounding Premier League giants Manchester United.
Dutch winger Memphis Depay looks set to move from Manchester United to Ligue 1 side Olympique Lyon this January, and the Red Devils seem to have inserted two important clauses into the deal.
Manchester United will complete the sale of Memphis Depay to Lyon within 48 hours, according to reports.
This January, the top priority on the Manchester United agenda is to cut loose some of the players who don't seem to have a place in Jose Mourinho's plans for the club.
Memphis Depay has asked Jose Mourinho to let him leave Manchester United, while Mourinho has ruled out a loan move
Merseyside club Everton are reportedly readying a bid of £40 million in order to land twin Manchester United targets Memphis Depay and Morgan Schneiderlin in the January transfer window.
Arjen Robben is optimistic that his Dutch compatriot Memphis Depay will recover from his struggles and become the footballer he was known to be prior to his Manchester United switch.
Ross Barkley will be allowed to leave Everton to fund their purchase of Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay, according to reports.
Manchester United misfit Memphis Depay has refused to rule out a potential move to Everton, amid Ronald Koeman's confession that the Toffees are monitoring the Dutch winger.
Ronald Koeman has publicly admitted for the first time that he wants to bring Memphis Depay to Everton