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Memphis Depay causes stir at Man United training after turning up in flashy Rolls Royce convertible

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Depay shocked management and senior players by arriving at United’s Carrington training complex in the £240,000 Phantom Drophead Coupe luxury supercar

 Flash: Memphis Depay arrives at training in his new car


Flash: Memphis Depay arrives at training in his new car

Memphis Depay has caused a stir again with his off-field behaviour – by turning up to training in a flashy Rolls Royce convertible.

The £25million signing from PSV Eindhoven, who was badly at fault for Stoke’s opening goal in Manchester United’s 2-0 defeat on Saturday, shocked management and senior players by arriving at United’s Carrington training complex in the £240,000 Phantom Drophead Coupe luxury supercar, reports Steve Bates in the Sunday People.

The 21-year-old’s displays have been far from sparkling and his movements off the pitch have concerned senior figures at the club. And he’s been advised to concentrate on making sure his on-field performances are right before allowing his off the pitch individualism to colour the judgement of his critics.

Reaction: Management and senior players were shocked

Reaction: Management and senior players were shocked

Sunday People Sport reported recently that Ryan Giggs, assistant to boss Louis van Gaal, had spoken to the youngster about making the right decisions in the early days of his Old Trafford career.

But his latest show of bling surprised fellow team mates who had believed the 21-year-old star was finally beginning to show signs of adapting to the demands of the Premier League and playing for a club permanently in the spotlight.

There is no suggestion the Dutch player owns the car but reports say he was given plenty of banter from his team mates when he drove into the car park.

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