Ghana emerges as major source of talent in Euro 2024




Ghana has solidified its reputation as a hub of natural football talent, with ten of its players representing other nations in the ongoing Euro 2024 tournament in Germany.


Ranked second among countries contributing players of African origin or descent to the tournament, Ghana boasts ten players in total, following closely behind the Congo DR with eleven players.


Notably, four of Ghana’s players are part of the Netherlands squad, where they are expected to play pivotal roles in the team’s offensive strategies aimed at securing continental glory.


Among these players, the oldest is Memphis Depay at 30 years old, while the youngest is Kobbie Mainoo, aged 19.


▪France:Brice Samba Ferland Mendy Dayot Upamecano Jules Koundé William Saliba Ibrahima Konaté Eduardo Camavinga Aurélien Tchouameni N’Golo Kanté Youssouf Fofana Kylian Mbappé Ousmane Dembélé Randal Kolo Muani Bradley Barcola

Belgium:Romelu Lukaku Jérémy Doku Loïs Openda Johan Bakayoko Dodi Lukebakio Amadou Onana Orel Mangala Youri Tielemans Aster Jan Vranckx

▪SwitzerlandYvon Nganoma Manuel Akanji Denis Zakaria Breel Embolo Noah Okafor Kwadwo Antwi Duah Dan Ndoye Mohamed Amdouni

▪England:Bukayo Saka Kobbie Mainoo Eberechi Eze Marc Guéhi Ezri Konsa Joe Gomez

▪Germany:Antonio Rüdiger Jamal Musiala Jonathan TahBenjamin Henrichs Leroy Sané

▪Netherlands:Memphis Depay Jeremie Frimpong Brian Brobbey Cody Gakpo

▪ Portugal:Nélson SemedoDanilo Pereira Nuno Mendes Rafael Leão

▪ Italy:Michael Folorunsho Stephan El Shaarawy

▪ Spain:Lamine Yamal Nico Williams

▪ Denmark:Yussuf Poulsen Alexander Bah

▪ Austria:Kevin Danso Phillipp Mwene

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