The World Cup group stage is almost over, and many players have caught the eye with their impressive displays ahead of the transfer window.
Group B has seen one of the shocks of the tournament, as reigning champions Spain have sensationally crashed out in the group stage, whilst Holland and Chile have marched into the knockout stages of the World Cup, leaving Australia with the wooden spoon after three defeats, though Ange Postecoglou's side can be proud of their performances.
There have been plenty of impressive performances from both teams and individuals in Group B, and a number of players have already been linked with transfer moves, such as Chile's Gary Medel, Arturo Vidal and Alexis Sanchez, as well as a whole host of Dutch players, with plenty of Louis van Gaal's men tipped to follow him to Manchester United - and unsurprisingly, it's a Dutch player suggested here.
Whilst bigger names such as Arjen Robben, Wesley Sneijder and Nigel de Jong have all been linked with moves to Old Trafford, they should instead look to the future by bringing in youth - and no young player has impressed for the Dutch quite like Memphis Depay has.
The PSV Eindhoven winger, 20, hasn't been one of the key players in the Dutch side at the World Cup, but he's proven his worth as an impact substitute with two goals already. Coined as 'the Dutch Cristiano Ronaldo', Depay has shown his speed, trickery and outstanding long range shooting in Brazil - and would be an exciting addition to the United flanks.
Nani, Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young have struggled to perform consistently over the past two seasons, and van Gaal must bring a winger in this summer. In targeting Depay, he would be bringing in a player who he is not only familiar with, but who could form a devastating duo alongside Adnan Januzaj out wide for years to come.
The rumoured £17m price tag on Depay's head may seem extortionate, but he certainly has the ability and the potential to be key for the Red Devils and van Gaal.