The PSV Eindhoven star has made an impressive contribution to the Dutch team's World Cup campaign scoring the winner against Australia and the second goal versus Chile that helped them seal top spot in group A.
Depay had an outstanding season for his Eredivisie club PSV scoring 12 goals and providing 7 assists, which saw him drafted into the Holland World Cup squad by coach Louis van Gaal and his performances during the tournament have now attracted a host of top European clubs.
The Netherlands winger knows about the interest in him but has refused to be drawn into the transfer speculation and has said that any move will only be discussed after the Holland team's World Cup campaign is over.
"Of course I've read that Manchester United, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur are interested. But no more than that," Depay said, as quoted on Sky Sports.
"I'll see later. My agent Kees Ploegsma is here [in Brazil] too, but we are not talking about that kind of stuff. That is for after the World Cup."
The PSV forward also said that he could remain with his current employers as he has not fulfilled his aim of winning the title with them.
"I don't rule that out. I've not become a champion with PSV. The fact is that people now ask me what I'm going to do and I understand that. But now, it's the World Cup," the Dutch forward added.
Van Gaal who takes over at United after Netherlands' World Cup campaign will have plenty of time to assess Depay's potential and decide whether or not he wants the youngster to join his Old Trafford revolution.