PSV Eindhoven forward Memphis Depay's agent has revealed that there has been no contact with regards to a transfer with Manchester United or any other club, thus giving hope to all interested parties with regards to signing the highly-rated youngster.
The Dutch youngster caught the eye of interested clubs following his impressive showing for his country in the World Cup, but he has since gone on to star for the Eredivisie club, scoring 22 goals in all competitions thus far this campaign.
United have been tracking the youngster ever since the arrival of Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford and it is believed that it was the former Netherlands manager, who convinced the PSV forward to stay with the Eredivisie club for another year.
The club hierarchy including manager Phillip Cocu has indicated that Depay will leave the club in the summer for pastures new, but most seem to think that it will be England, as apart from the Red Devils, Premier League rivals Liverpool and Tottenham are also said to be interested.
However, Depay's agent Kees Ploegsma has admitted that there has been no contact from any interested club about signing his client.
"No, there has been a lot of rumors, but he still has a contract with PSV, so for now he is in Eindhoven. We have not been in contact with any clubs," Ploegsma said, as quoted by the Mirror.
Van Gaal was the manager, who gave Depay his international debut and thus has a close relationship with the player. It is believed that the player is keen to reunite with his former manager at United the following campaign. But the agent has revealed that the duo have not had any contact since the conclusion of the World Cup last summer.
"They (Depay and Van Gaal) had good contact during the World Cup, but since then there has been no contact," the PSV Eindhoven player's agent added.