FC Barcelona and Dutch star Memphis Depay has arrived in Ghana on Wednesday evening for his holidays after a long season in Europe.
After a complicated season in club, Depay enjoyed the international break with the Oranje scoring 3 goals in 4 games for his national team in the UEFA Nations League.
Depay is now the second top scorer of the Dutch national team with 42 goals and is 8 goals away from Robin Van Persie’s record.
The 28-year old who is born to a Ghanaian father and a Dutch mother is now in the West African country for his holidays.
Despite the fact that he is not playing for the Black Stars, Memphis Depay regularly visits the country of his origins.
In 2019, he visited many areas of Ghana especially Cape Coast for charity actions.
“The children of Cape Deaf, in Ghana, fill me with pure happiness”, he said at that time.
“Seeing the way they live with such positive energy is an inspiration and I was blessed to sit in a sign language class with them and learn new things.”
With this new arrival, there is no doubt that the former Lyon striker will undertake some actions towards in-need people through the Memphis Depay Foundation he launched three years ago.