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Memphis Depay: Wayne Rooney is a great player to learn from


Manchester United attacking midfielder Memphis Depay says striker Wayne Rooney has been helping him a lot since he joined the club from PSV Eindhoven.

The Dutchman completed a £31m move to Old Trafford this summer and was his side's man of the match last week against Club Brugge in the Champions League play-off.

And he admits that he is ready to learn from the experienced Englishman.

"Wayne Rooney helps me a lot," Memphis told the club's official website.

"He has a lot of experience. He already knows everything about the football world so if I have any questions I can ask him.

"It [the Newcastle United draw] was frustrating.

"We started great and sharp and we created some chances but didn't finish them off. In the second half we also created some more chances but again we didn't finish it so that was the frustration.

"When you look back you have to say it was one of those days but we have to start finishing.

"But we have to look forward and train and be ready for Club Brugge on Wednesday."

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