He is 26. Its now or never. I cant see him being much of a success.I feel a bit sorry for Memphis.
He obviously isn't going reject the chance to move to a club like Barcelona but its a step too soon under a manager who will make him the main man and still end up not being good enough long term.
When you look at some of his interviews and hear how he talks in fascination of the current United first team and how he talks like he can fit in - it would have been a better move to come to us and possibly compete for a false 9 spot with Martial a bit less under pressure in comparison to a new Barcelona vs Koeman Vs Messi vs Greizmann vs bye bye Suarez vs the political leaders of the club.
Question marks are still there but he was clearly not used to his best here either.
He’s basically Lukaku.Can't believe Barcelona are signing him, he's nothing more than OK and I can't see him being a success there.
I thought he was gonna be great at OT but boy, was I wrong. I remember being at a home game against Sunderland. They were relegation fodder, as they always are, and we won 3-0. He scored a tap-in but my overriding memory of that game was watching him spend 90 minutes being completely unable to beat the Sunderland full-back. Supposed to be a winger yet he's bulked up like a wardrobe, with the mobility of one as well. He was just so slow, it was pitiful to be honest and it summed up his time at United. Yet every time we played a Europa League minnow or a lower league team he suddenly looked amazing. He's the kind of player who will look good in strong teams in softer leagues, but I'd be amazed if he's a success there.
I'm talking about Koeman. He will make Memphis the main man or too important but Koeman is rubbish anyway and will fail. Memphis will fail at Barcelona and Koeman isn't going to help him because I don't see Koeman as a success there.He is 26. Its now or never. I cant see him being much of a success.