Memphis: “What it’s going to be up to the trainer, I don’t interfere with that”

Memphis Depay keeps a good feeling about the North Macedonia match. In addition, he does not want to take a side in the Donyell Malen/Wout Weghorst issue, his two attack partners.
The Netherlands played North Macedonia for the honour. We knew this game didnt matter. But we did want to win him at all costs with good football. That was so sometimes, not always. But we feel good about it, Memphis says to the CCEit. Its not hard to enter a game hundred percent. You play for the Dutch team and for the fans, thats great and motivating.
After matches against Ukraine, Austria and North Macedonia, it is still not quite clear how good the Netherlands is. Memphis understands that. Sometimes we
re better at competitions and sometimes less, but we have enough quality. We know the opponents are getting stronger. And the opponent knows that too, you have to see it from two sides, says Memphis.
Malen/Weghorstmemphis played with Malen on Monday instead of Weghorst. How did that like? You saw that it was a bit of a search. We dont play together often, but when we conquered the ball there was so much threat in the depths. That might have been North Macedonia, but we did find each other. He has his assist and so did I. So did that. Next time? Thats up to the trainer. Against Georgia, Wout and I have combined too. Hes on two goals in three games, so he has an important share. What its going to be is up to the trainer, I dont interfere with that.