Depay is yet to start a Premier League game under Mourinho and has refused to rule out leaving Man Utd.
The Netherlands international joined Man Utd for £25 million from PSV Eindhoven last summer. At the time, Louis Van Gaal stated that Memphis Depay had what it takes to become an Old Trafford great. He was that confident in his ability that he gave him the iconic number seven shirt, previously won by superstars Bryan Robson, Eric Cantona, David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo.
However, Depay is yet to start a Premier League game this season and has featured for only 20 minutes under Jose Mourinho. He recently scored twice in Netherlands 3-1 victory to give the Man Utd manager and fans a reminder of what he can bring to the team.
Ronald Koeman declared his interested in taking the player to Everton. Koeman believes he is a special talent and a player with his ability is too good to sit on the bench. A move in the January transfer window to join his fellow countryman is currently 5/4.
A move aboard could be on the cards for Depay and at 11/4, Juventus can offer him something Everton and Man Utd can’t, which is Champions League football.
It's still early days in Mourinho's career at Man Utd and with plenty of opportunity to bring Depay back into the fold, he is available at 2/1 to stay at the club until the end of the season.