Memphis Depay is back in Manchester and has been pictured out and about in the city after photos emerged of him smoking a shisha pipe during a visit to Holland.
Depay was all smiles as he walked down the street, going for a coffee with a friend in Hale village.
The Dutchman has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford in January after failing to establish himself in the first team under Jose Mourinho.
But Depay’s already shaky relationship with Mourinho is set to be pushed further after the latest revelations.
The Sun carry images of Depay appearing to smoke the shisha pipe in his native Rotterdam alongside three female friends.
He was reportedly pictured in the Shisha and Tapas Lounge near his apartment at around 6pm.
A shisha pipe is believed to have the same affect as smoking 200 cigarettes – and Depay is believed to have had one all for himself.
The British Heart Foundation website states: “Like cigarettes, shisha contains nicotine, tar, carbon monoxide and heavy metals, such as arsenic and lead.”
Depay is the latest Premier League footballer to be caught smoking a sisha pipe.
Raheem Sterling, Gabriel Agbonlahor and Jack Wilshere have all been snapped engaging in the activity previously.
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Depay is likely to have played his final game for United, with a transfer to Everton looking increasingly likely during the January transfer window.
United are believed to be ready to accept just half of the £25million fee that they paid for him during Louis van Gaal’s reign as boss.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman is said to believe that he can help his compatriot turn his career around.
Depay has made just one start for United all season – in an EFL Cup tie at Northampton.