Memphis Depay aims dig at Man Utd owners the Glazers in new rap song
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Lyon forward Memphis Depay has referenced the Glazer family in a new rap song he has recently released.
Depay spent a season-and-a-half at Old Trafford after joining from PSV Eindhoven in 2015 but failed to make much of an impression in the Premier League.
He was sold to Lyon in January 2017 and has since got back to his best form, and is a regular in the Dutch national side as well as for his club.
One of Depay's passions away from the football pitch is hip-hop music, and he has released a number of singles and videos.
And he could not resist a dig at United's owners, who are unpopular with supporters of the club, in his latest single 'Big Fish'.
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Depay sings the lyrics: "I've been planning to make some big statements. I need money like the Glazers."
It seemingly makes reference to a perceived lack of spending from the Americans since they took over United 15 years ago, with the club's debt also soaring to £474.1m recently.
Depay has been linked with a move back to the Premier League, while Barcelona are among the clubs said to be interested in singing him on a free when his Lyon contract expires in the summer.
Speaking in an interview with France Football recently, Depay claimed his personality is misunderstood, with some people criticising his lifestyle choices.
"I want to feel good in my skin, he said. "I am doing what makes me happy. It is not super difficult to understand me if you know where I have come from in life.
United fans have regularly protested against the Glazers
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"Without that, the questions are easy. Why is he doing this? Why is he doing that? I am not going to change for anything.
"I will always be the guy that I am, so, certainly, I will always be a bit misunderstood.
"Some ask why I do music, why it seems like I am annoyed, why I react like that. Honestly, it is something that I accept…"