Netherlands football international of Ghanaian descent, Memphis Depay, is in Ghana and from the looks of a photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, the footballer is spending time in good company with the Deaf and Dumb School in Cape Coast.
YEN.com.gh has sighted a photo of Dutch-Ghanaian footballer, Memphis Depay in the famous light orange and deep brown apparel that is presently the official school uniform of government basic schools.
The story of the photo is that Depay, whose father is Ghanaian, is in Cape Coast on holidays, and decided to do some charity work with the Deaf and Dumb School in Cape Coast.
He is also looking to relax before preparations for the football season of 2019/2020.
Reports picked up by YEN.com.gh have it that Depay is in Ghana with fellow Dutch international, also of African origin, Leroy Fer.
This is neither the first time Depay has come to Ghana nor the first he is doing charity work in his fatherland.
In 2018, he spent much of his allowed holidays in Ghana.
He has also never refused the opportunity to tell the world that he is Ghanaian, even pointing to the common Ghanaian heritage he has with the likes of other players such as Jerome Boateng and Mario Balotelli.
Memphis Depay was born in the Netherlands to a Dutch mother and a Ghanaian father. According to his narration of his life's story, his parents broke up but he was raised up by his mother in the Netherlands.
He came through the ranks at football club, PSV Eindhoven and joined Manchester United in 2015.
It was a rather forgettable experience with the Red Devils and so he was shipped off to France to join Lyon. He has since been brilliant for the former French champions.
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