Dutch professional footballer who plays as a forward for French club Lyon and the Netherlands national team, Memphis Depay, recently paid a visit to Ghana for the second time.
From all indications, he has enjoyed his second visit to the ‘Gold Coast’.
In a new Instagram posts, Memphis wrote that “Ghana is love”. He could be seen holding a boy on his shoulder amidst cheers and joy.
Depay on his second visit supported a local deaf and dump school as part of a second charity project in the country.
The Lyon winger, who left United in January 2017, was born to a Ghanaian father though his parents divorced when he was young.
When he arrived at United, the player didn’t want to be known by the name ‘Depay’, his father’s name.
The country clearly retains a special place in his affections, however, with Depay spotted in Cape Coast in Ghana dressed in the uniform of the deaf-mute school and pictured smiling with some local children.