Former Manchester United forward Memphis Depay has aimed a dig at the club's owners, the Glazer family, in his new rap song 'Big Fish'.
Depay spent just one-and-a-half seasons at Old Trafford after completing a £25m move from PSV Eindhoven in 2015 and failed to hit top form, netting just two goals in 33 Premier League appearances.
He was sold to Lyon in January 2017 and has since impressed in France, making 106 goal contributions in 150 appearances in all competitions.
Depay has also launched a rap career, releasing a number of songs and freestyles since 2017, and in one of his latest songs he included a bar about the Glazers.
"I've been planning to make some statements," Depay raps. "I need money like the Glazers."
The Dutch international is out of contract with Lyon in the summer and has been heavily linked with a move to Barcelona, who have Depay's former national team boss Ronald Koeman in charge.
Dutch legend Clarence Seedorf recently labelled Depay "one of the major talents in Europe" and claimed a switch to the Nou Camp would be a good move.
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Speaking to Stats Perform News, the former AC Milan midfielder said: "I think Memphis Depay is one of the major talents in Europe at this moment.
"He had a serious injury, but he is a player that has to be at a big club sooner or later. If it is meant to be Barcelona, it will be better for them. Koeman and him worked very well together [in the past].
"Sincerely, Koeman has done a great job with the national team, and especially with players like Memphis Depay, giving them the necessary trust to come out and show their talent. I am convinced that any big club that signs him will be delighted with his talent."
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