Former Manchester United striker Memphis Depay has visited Ghana for the second time.

Depay, born to a Ghanaian father and a Dutch mother was in his father’s country to spend some time.

It was reported that, Depay visited the West African country with members of his Memphis Foundation and donated sporting equipment such as footballs, jerseys, shin guards, football boots, trophies and Goalball equipment to the Cape Coast Deaf and Blind school and the Ghana Blind Sports Association.

After taking part in some of the sporting activities with the deaf and blind students, he pledged to support the school in the training of the students in soccer, swimming and other sports

The Dutch star is currently in Ghana to partake in charitable works. He visited the School of Deaf in Cape Coast alongside Bisa Kdei. He also decided to wear their school uniform with them to be in touch with them.

Below are more photos of his visit;

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