8 Players With Ghanaian Origin But Will Play For Different Countries At The World Cup

In the upcoming World Cup to be hosted by Qatar, there are eight players with  Ghanaian origin who will be  playing for other countries.

Memphis Depay was born in the small South Holland village of Moordrecht to a Ghanaian father, Dennis Depay, and a Dutch mother, Cora Schensema.

Memphis Depay-Netherlands

Nico Williams born  in Pamplona and a younger brother to Ghanaian Striker Inaki Williams, plays as a Right Midfielder for Athletic Club will play for Spain.

Nico Williams -Spain

Jeremie Frimpong was born on 10 December 2000 in Amsterdam and plays for Bayer 04 Leverkusen. He played for Manchester City FC from 2010-2019, for Celtic Glasgow FC from 2019-2021 and has played for Bayer 04 Leverkusen since 2021. He will play for the Netherlands.

Jeremie Frimpong-Netherlands

Richmond Mamah Laryea was  born  on January 7, 1995 and plays as a right-back or midfielder for Major League Soccer club Toronto FC, on loan from Premier League club Nottingham Forest, and the Canada national team.

Richie Laryea-Canada

Ethan Kwame Colm Raymond Ampadu (born 14 September 2000) is a professional footballer who plays as a centre back or defensive midfielder for Serie A club Spezia, on loan from Premier League club Chelsea, and the Wales national team.

Ethan Ampadu-Wales

Jérémy Doku was born 27 May 2002 and plays as a forward for Ligue 1 club Rennes and the Belgium national team.

Jeremy Doku- Belgium

Mohammed Muntari was born 20th December 1993.He is a Ghanaian-born naturalised Qatari footballer who currently plays for Al-Duhail as a striker. Muntari was naturalized to play for the Qatar national team.

Mohammed Muntari-Qatar

Musah was born in New York City while his Ghanaian mother was on vacation in the United States. His father is also Ghanaian. He moved to Italy after his birth, living in Castelfranco Veneto and later starting his career at Giorgione Calcio 2000. In 2012, at age nine, he moved to London and joined Arsenal’s Academy.

Yunus Musah-USA

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