Top 10 worst Manchester United players of all time
Ranking the worst footballers ever to don a Manchester United shirt
Manchester United are one of the biggest and the most successful clubs in the football world. Their success down the years is credited to the number of legends who have plied their trades for the club.
However, not every player to don a Manchester United shirt has turned out to be a legend. Some have made names as the worst players ever to grace Old Trafford.
Let's have a look at ten such players who failed for the Red Devils.
#10 Memphis Depay
Memphis Depay was signed from PSV Eindhoven in 2015 for £25 million after France Football named him the best young player of the year. He had netted 28 times in 40 games for the Dutch outfit.
While the Red Devils looked to revive themselves under Louis Van Gaal post Sir Alex Ferguson era, Depay arrived with a massive load of expectations on his shoulders. Taking the number 7 only increased that pressure, with the fans viewing him as Cristiano Ronaldo's heir apparent.
But, the Dutchman hardly replicated the form he showcased in the Eredivisie, netting only 7 times in 53 games, hardly worthy of being a Cristiano Ronaldo successor, is he?
The Dutchman switched to Lyon as Mourinho took over the reigns at Old Trafford and impressed once again, while United lamented themselves on being unlucky in case of the attacker.