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Memphis Depay
Depay playing for Barcelona in 2021
Personal information
Full name Memphis Depay[1]
Date of birth (1994-02-13) 13 February 1994 (age 30)[2]
Place of birth Moordrecht, Netherlands
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)[3]
Position(s) Forward
Youth career
2000–2003 Moordrecht
2003–2006 Sparta Rotterdam
2006–2011 PSV Eindhoven
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2011–2015 PSV Eindhoven 90 (39)
2015–2017 Manchester United 33 (2)
2017–2021 Lyon 139 (63)
2021–2023 Barcelona 30 (13)
2023–2024 Atlético Madrid 31 (9)
International career
2008–2009 Netherlands U15 4 (2)
2009 Netherlands U16 6 (2)
2010–2011 Netherlands U17 17 (8)
2011–2013 Netherlands U19 8 (7)
2013 Netherlands U21 7 (0)
2013– Netherlands 98 (46)
Medal record
Representing  Netherlands
FIFA World Cup
Third place 2014 Brazil
UEFA Nations League
Runner-up 2019 Portugal
UEFA European Under-17 Championship
Winner 2011 Serbia
*Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:10, 19 May 2024 (UTC)
‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 23:04, 10 July 2024 (UTC)

Memphis Depay (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈmɛɱfɪz dəˈpɑi]; born 13 February 1994), also known mononymously as Memphis,[4] is a Dutch professional footballer who plays as a forward for the Netherlands national team. He last played for LaLiga club Atlético Madrid. He is currently a free agent.

Memphis began his professional career with PSV Eindhoven, where, under the influence of manager Phillip Cocu, he became an integral part of the team, scoring 49 goals in 124 games across all competitions. During the 2014–15 season, he was the Eredivisie's top scorer with 22 goals in 30 games, and helped the team win the Eredivisie title for the first time since 2008. He also won the Dutch Footballer of the Year for his performances during the season. His performances also led him to be named the "Best Young Player" in the world in 2015 by France Football. Memphis joined English side Manchester United in June 2015 for a reported fee of £25 million. After a disappointing spell there, he joined French club Lyon in January 2017. After five seasons there, he joined Barcelona in 2021 on a free transfer.

A product of the Royal Dutch Football Association (KNVB) institution, Memphis has represented the national team at every professional level from early developmental stages under the tutelage of iconic Dutch coaches and players alike. He was part of the Netherlands under-17 team which won the 2011 European Championship. He made his senior debut in 2013 and the following year was part of their squad that came third at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, where he made his breakthrough performances on the international stage. He also took part in UEFA Euro 2020, the 2022 World Cup and Euro 2024.

Early life[edit]

Memphis Depay was born in the small South Holland village of Moordrecht to a Ghanaian father, Dennis Depay, and a Dutch mother, Cora Schensema.[5] It was not long, however, before the relationship between the two parents began to fall apart and when Memphis was four, his father walked out on the family.[6]

Since 2012, Memphis has dropped his last name to sever ties with his father: as he has remarked earlier, "Do not call me Depay, call me Memphis."[7]

Club career[edit]

PSV Eindhoven[edit]

Memphis impressed football scouts from Sparta Rotterdam at the age of eight on the fields of his boyhood club Moordrecht. It took only three seasons before scouts from Sparta snatched Memphis from his local club. Club chairman Ton Redegeld said, "Memphis was as a young player already complete. He was two-footed and strong. If we won 7–0, he scored five times and would assist two times".[8] When he turned 12, Memphis caught the eye of clubs such as Ajax, PSV Eindhoven and Feyenoord. His grandfather, despite being an Ajax fan himself, advised Memphis to move to PSV.[9][10]

2011–13: Beginnings[edit]

Memphis with PSV Eindhoven in 2011

In 2011, Memphis was on trial for PSV's first team while playing for Jong PSV, the club's reserve team. He made his official debut on 21 September 2011 in a KNVB Cup second round match against amateur side VVSB, opening an 8–0 away win.[11] His first Eredivisie match was 26 February 2012, when PSV beat rivals Feyenoord 3–2[citation needed] at the Philips Stadion, coming on in added time for Zakaria Labyad. On 18 March, six minutes after replacing Dries Mertens, he scored his first league goal to confirm a 5–1 win over Heerenveen. He made a total of eight league appearances in his first season, all as a substitute, scoring three goals.

Memphis featured in the 2012 KNVB Cup Final on 8 April, playing the final four minutes of the 3–0 win over Heracles in place of Mertens at De Kuip in Rotterdam under interim coach Phillip Cocu.[12] On 29 June, Memphis signed his first professional contract with PSV, tying himself to the Boeren until 2017.[13] On 5 August, Memphis featured in the 2012 Johan Cruyff Shield at the Amsterdam Arena, replacing Luciano Narsingh for the final six minutes as PSV defeated league champions Ajax 4–2. He made 20 Eredivisie appearances in his second season, scoring twice, including two starts. The first of these was on 2 March 2013 in a 2–0 home win over VVV-Venlo, scoring after three minutes after being set up by fellow teenager Jürgen Locadia.[14] PSV again reached the cup final, losing 1–2 to AZ Alkmaar on 9 May, with Memphis playing five minutes in place of Mertens.

2013–14: Breakthrough season[edit]

Memphis scored his first goal in UEFA competition on 30 July 2013, when he drifted in from the left and then smashed the ball into the top corner past goalkeeper Sammy Bossut as PSV defeated Zulte Waregem 2–0 in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League third qualifying round tie.[15] PSV failed to qualify for the group stage of the Champions League,[16] but in its second group stage match in the Europa League, Memphis scored again in a 2–0 win against Chornomorets Odesa on 3 October.[17] Memphis provided the assist for Tim Matavž's goal against Roda JC on 27 October, but picked up two second-half yellow cards and was sent off for the first time in his professional career as PSV lost 2–1.[18] On 15 December, Memphis helped PSV to just their second win in 13 matches, scoring twice in a 5–1 win over Utrecht.[19] Memphis helped PSV rack up their eighth win a row on 23 March 2014, a 3–1 win over Roda JC, having a hand in Bryan Ruiz's game-winning goal despite wearing a protective mask to cover a bruised eye socket suffered in a challenge with Renato Ibarra of Vitesse on 15 March.[20]

Memphis helped PSV secure a place in European competition for the 41st consecutive year, edging the ball past goalkeeper Jelle ten Rouwelaar to score their first in a 2–0 win against Breda; the final day win ensured that the club would finish fourth in the Eredivisie table.[21]

2014–15: Top scorer and league title[edit]

After a successful showing at the 2014 World Cup, Memphis was linked to a number of clubs, including Chelsea, Manchester United[22] and Tottenham Hotspur.[23] Amid the speculation surrounding his future, he started the season for PSV in impressive fashion. Memphis came off the bench to score one goal and assist another in the return game of the UEFA Europa League third qualifying round tie between PSV and St. Pölten on 7 August, as his team progressed to the play-off round after a 3–2 away win, giving them a 4–2 aggregate win over the Austrians.[24] In the opening game of the Eredivisie season three days later, Memphis played a major part in PSV's 3–1 away win against promoted side Willem II by scoring two goals.[25] He improved on this performance in the following game, scoring two free-kicks and delivering the assist for Georginio Wijnaldum's goal in a 6–1 home win against Breda.[26] On 28 August, in the Europa League play-off second leg away in Belarus, he scored two late goals against Shakhtyor Soligorsk as PSV won 3–0 on aggregate to reach the group stage.[27] Memphis then suffered a groin injury during PSV's 1–3 defeat at Zwolle on 13 September and he was substituted in the 18th minute.[28]

On 18 April 2015, Memphis scored PSV's second goal with a free-kick from 35 yards out in a 4–1 home win over Heerenveen to give PSV its 22nd Eredivisie title, its first since 2008.[29] Later that month, the club confirmed that they had received interest from others wishing to sign him, including Manchester United.[30] He scored his last home goal for PSV in a 2–0 win against Heracles on 10 May. As he was substituted off he received a standing ovation as well as congratulations from his teammates.[31] He finished the season as the league's top scorer with 22 goals, two ahead of runner-up and teammate Luuk de Jong.[32]

Manchester United[edit]

Memphis playing for Manchester United in 2015

On 7 May 2015, PSV confirmed that they had agreed a deal with Manchester United over Memphis' transfer, subject to a medical.[33][34] United manager Louis van Gaal said that he was "forced" into signing him early, due to interest from Paris Saint-Germain.[35] Though Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said that he had never been after Memphis, PSV director Marcel Brands stated that he had conversations with Liverpool over a possible transfer.[36] On 12 June, United confirmed the signing of Memphis, for a reported fee of £25 million on a four-year contract with the option to extend for a further year.[37][38] He was unveiled as a United player at a press conference on 10 July.[39] This made him the fourth player to join United from PSV after Jaap Stam, Park Ji-sung and Ruud van Nistelrooy. Memphis made his debut in a pre-season friendly against Club América in Seattle on 17 July, contesting the first half as United fielded a different 11 players for each 45 minutes.[40] He scored his first goal for the club four days later during a 3–1 win over the San Jose Earthquakes.[41] At his own request, after the departure of Ángel Di María, Memphis was given the iconic number 7 shirt – previously worn by former players such as George Best, Bryan Robson, Eric Cantona, David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo.[42][43]

Memphis during a Champions League match against CSKA Moscow in 2015

Memphis made his Premier League debut on 8 August as the season opened with a 1–0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford. He was substituted after 68 minutes for Ander Herrera, and Van Gaal said after the match that Memphis was playing in too eager a manner.[44] On 18 August, Memphis scored his first two goals for Manchester United, and assisted Maroune Fellaini's final goal, in a 3–1 home victory over Club Brugge in the first leg of the Champions League play-offs.[45] In the second leg, Memphis provided the assist for the first of Wayne Rooney's three goals. He scored again on 15 September in the first game of the competition's group stage, in an eventual 2–1 loss at his former team PSV.[46] Memphis scored his first league goal on 26 September, opening a 3–0 home win over Sunderland, a victory that put United on top of the league for the first time in 110 weeks.[47][48]

Following his early struggles in the Premier League, Memphis told Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf, "There are a lot of games in Manchester. There are very few rest days and on training days you are mainly concerned with recovering. It's heavy, two games a week, always at a high level, and my body has to get used to that". These claims were dismissed by assistant manager and former United player Ryan Giggs, who blamed Memphis' flashy lifestyle for his poor form.[49][better source needed] Memphis was later dropped to the bench, along with countryman Daley Blind, during United's 3–0 win over Everton on 17 October, following the Netherlands' failure to qualify for UEFA Euro 2016.[50] Despite this, Memphis was named in the 59-man longlist for the FIFA Ballon d'Or, but did not make the shortlist.[51][52]

After being dropped in four consecutive matches, Memphis got his first start as a second striker due to Anthony Martial and Rooney's unavailability, and seized the opportunity with his second league goal in a 2–1 away win over Watford at Vicarage Road. His performance earned praise from van Gaal, as well as his first Premier League Man of the Match honour.[53][54] In February, Memphis scored in each of United's two Europa League matches against Midtjylland as they won 6–3 on aggregate; Memphis was lauded for his performance in the home leg, where he not only scored but also set up the first goal, earned his side two penalties and delivered a cross that led to an own goal. Van Gaal hailed the match as a "turning point" for Memphis.[55]

Memphis made only four appearances (all of them as a substitute) and had a total playing time of just 20 minutes in the Premier League during the 2016–17 season. He only started one match in the season – the EFL Cup third round 3–1 away win over League One club Northampton Town on 21 September 2016 – and was substituted after playing 55 minutes of that match. Following this, he played only 46 minutes, and his last match for the club was on 24 November, when he played the final eight minutes of a 4–0 Europa League home victory against Feyenoord.[56][57]


Memphis playing for Lyon in 2017

On 20 January 2017, Memphis signed a four-and-a-half-year deal with French club Lyon which would tie him to the French club until the summer of 2021. The initial transfer fee was estimated to be £16–17 million, potentially rising to £22 million with the add-ons including Lyon qualifying for the UEFA Champions League and Memphis earning a new contract. The terms of the deal also included buy-back and sell-on clauses for United.[58][59] Two days later, he made his debut for Lyon, coming on as substitute for Mathieu Valbuena in the 79th minute in a home Ligue 1 match against Marseille, which Lyon won 3–1.[60] On 28 January, he made his first start for Lyon in a 2–1 league defeat to Lille, and was substituted in the 68th minute by Maxwel Cornet.[61] On 12 March in a game against Toulouse, Memphis scored a goal from close to the halfway line. He later said it was "the goal of my life", although he also distanced himself from comparisons to David Beckham's famous halfway line goal against Wimbledon in 1996.[62]

On the final day of the 2017–18 season, Memphis scored a hat-trick against Nice as Lyon won 3–2 and qualified for the Champions League.[63]

On 5 November 2019, Memphis scored his fourth goal in as many games for Lyon against Benfica in a 3–1 win in the 2019–20 Champions League.[64] On 10 December, he scored an equaliser against RB Leipzig in a 2–2 draw to help Lyon to qualify to the knockout phase, hence he scored in five consecutive matches in the competition.[65] On 15 December, Memphis tore his anterior cruciate ligament while playing against Rennes in Ligue 1, ending a successful season during which he had scored nine goals in 12 league starts for Lyon.[66] He returned from his injury to start for Lyon in their 5–6 penalty shootout loss in the French league cup final against Paris Saint-Germain on 31 July 2020.[67] On 7 August, Memphis scored in his sixth consecutive Champions League match, converting a penalty in a 2–1 loss to Juventus in the second leg of their round of 16 tie; he is only the second Dutch player to score in six straight Champions League games, following former Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy. The tie finished 2–2 on aggregate, but Lyon progressed on the away goals rule.[68] Lyon eventually reached the semi-finals for the second time in their history since 2010 after defeating Manchester City.

On 28 August 2020, Memphis scored a hat-trick in a 4–1 win against Dijon, in the first match of the 2020–21 season.[69]


On 19 June 2021, La Liga club Barcelona announced the free transfer of Memphis on a two-year contract.[70] According to his grandmother, since the age of four, he had been aspiring to be a player for Barcelona.[71] On 15 August, Memphis made his Barcelona debut in a 4–2 league victory against Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou.[72] Six days later, he scored his first goal for the club in his second match when he scored the equalizer against Athletic Bilbao in a 1–1 draw.[73]

Atlético Madrid[edit]

On 20 January 2023, Atlético Madrid announced the signing of Memphis on a two-and-a-half-year contract.[74] The initial transfer fee was estimated to be over €4 million.[75] On 12 February, he scored his first goal in a 1–0 away victory over Celta Vigo.[76] On 13 March 2024, Memphis scored the winning goal in the 87th minute in a 2–1 victory over Inter Milan in the Champions League round of 16 second leg, which tied the encounter at 2–2 on aggregate; however, Atlético would later win 3–2 on penalties to advance to the quarterfinals.[77] On 22 May 2024, Memphis Depay and Atlético de Madrid agreed to part ways.[78]

International career[edit]


Memphis played youth international football for the Netherlands at under-15,[79] under-16,[80] under-17,[81] under-19[82] and under-21 levels.[83] He was a member of the under-17 team which won the 2011 European Championship in Serbia. In the final against Germany in Novi Sad, he scored the goal which put the Netherlands ahead as they came from behind to defeat their rivals 5–2.[84] Later that year, he participated in the 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup held in Mexico.


Memphis made his international debut on 15 October 2013, coming on for Jeremain Lens in the last minute of a 2–0 away win against Turkey at the Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium in World Cup qualification.[85] Memphis was selected by Netherlands manager Louis van Gaal in the final 23-man squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.[86] He came on as a substitute before the half-time whistle in the second group match against Australia to replace defender Bruno Martins Indi, who had sustained a head injury, and in the 68th minute he scored the winning goal, a swerving effort from outside the box. He also set up Robin van Persie's equaliser.[87] He became the youngest Dutchman to score a goal at the World Cup, at the age of 20 years and four months.[88] He came on as a substitute again in the final group match against Chile on 23 June in São Paulo and scored the second goal for the Dutch, tapping in an Arjen Robben cross, as they clinched first place with a 2–0 victory.[89]

Memphis training with the Netherlands in March 2015

On 11 July, Memphis was named on the three-man shortlist for the tournament's Best Young Player award, together with Frenchmen Paul Pogba and Raphaël Varane,[90] but lost out to Pogba.[91]

Memphis' first goal since the World Cup came in a friendly at the Amsterdam Arena on 5 June 2015, deflecting Klaas-Jan Huntelaar's shot to put the Netherlands 3–1 up against the United States, although the team eventually lost 4–3.[92] In October of that year, he was involved in a fight with teammate Robin van Persie at an international training camp; manager Danny Blind stated to the media, "There are sometimes situations in training where players think different. Then you talk about it. That's what happened and then it's over."[93] The following month, both Memphis and Van Persie were dropped from the Dutch squad for friendlies against Wales and Germany, with Blind stating of Depay, "In football you must function in a team. He doesn't always do that. That's something he has to learn."[94]

Memphis was among the final 26 players selected by coach Frank de Boer to represent Netherlands in Euro 2020. He scored twice in four matches as Netherlands were eliminated in the round of 16 stage by Czech Republic.[95]

On 7 September 2021, Memphis scored his first international hat-trick in a 2022 World Cup qualification 6–1 win over Turkey, reaching 33 goals and equaling Johan Cruyff's and Abe Lenstra's goalscoring tallies for the Netherlands.[96]

Depay scored a last-minute winner against Wales on 14 June 2022 in the UEFA Nations League, taking him to 42 international goals, level with Klaas-Jan Huntelaar.[97]

In November 2022, he was named in the Dutch squad for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.[98] On 3 December, he scored a goal in a 3–1 win over the United States in the round of 16, to become the second all-time top scorer for his country with 43 goals, behind Robin van Persie's 50.[99]

On 29 May 2024, Memphis was named in the Netherlands' squad for UEFA Euro 2024.[100]

Style of play[edit]

Memphis playing for PSV Eindhoven in 2011

Early in his career, a PSV coach noted Memphis as "very angry", and he now uses a life coach to aid his mentality.[4] In April 2015, The Daily Telegraph described Memphis as "a fearsome striker of the ball with his right foot but is usually used as an inverted left winger who cuts onto his right foot. A pacey and tricky player, his direct running makes him a difficult opponent for defenders".[4] However, they criticised him as "a ball-hog", pointing out his high rate of shots in comparison to a low rate of assists.[4] Memphis is also known for his free-kick ability. During the 2014–15 season, he was statistically the best set-piece taker in the whole of Europe, as he scored 7 times in 33 attempts, the most in all European leagues and the second-best accuracy.[101][102][103][104]

Former Dutch international and Dutch national team manager Ronald Koeman regards Memphis as "a great talent", but says that he must continue his personal development due to the physicality and mental strength needed in the Premier League.[10] Former Wigan Athletic and Portsmouth defender Arjan de Zeeuw stated about Memphis: "People regard him as a little bit arrogant, a little bit cocky, but I think he is a very good player, a very promising player, a very strong, very quick player and he's got some skill."[105]

Memphis has been compared to former Manchester United player Cristiano Ronaldo and fellow international Arjen Robben. Thijs Slegers said about the comparisons: "Memphis is a little bit like Cristiano; they have similar qualities, although there are of course areas where Memphis is inferior. However, his determination to be the best is where I see the real similarity with Cristiano."[106] Like Ronaldo, Depay combines technical expertise with pure physical strength.[107]

Musical career[edit]

Memphis began pursuing a hip-hop career in June 2017 when he released his Los Angeles-inspired freestyle, "LA Vibes". The music video featured Quincy Promes, Memphis' teammate at the Netherlands national team. The song's music video earned around 150,000 views within hours of being uploaded to YouTube.[108] In December 2017, Memphis released his freestyle track "Kings & Queens". On 3 October 2018, he collaborated with musical artists Winne and Nana Fofie and producer Rass King for his Ghana-inspired single, "AKWAABA",[109] and also released his third freestyle, "Porto Cervo (Interlude)", with Winne. Memphis released his fourth freestyle, "5-mill" in response to his Instagram account reaching 5 million followers. Critics of the freestyle claimed that Memphis' public image was hampered through his cigar-smoking and his careless attitude.[110]

In December 2018, he released his second single, "No Love", over his cancelled engagement with model Lori Harvey. The song is multilingual, switching back and forth between English and Dutch.[111]

In July 2019, Memphis released "Fall Back".[112] On 1 November 2019, Broederliefde released an album, Broeders, which featured Memphis in the song "Lange Jas".[113] On 17 April 2020, he released "Dubai Freestyle".

In September 2020, Memphis released his new song "2 Corinthians 5:7".[114] A month later on October 9, 2020, Memphis released "Blessing".[115] The song's music video shows Memphis returning to his home town of Moordrecht. Memphis wrote a passage in his autobiography Heart of a Lion, which explained the meaning of the song.

“I wrote a track about this, called Blessings, and it includes these lines:

Seems like everybody’s wishing for the same shit.

They want a Roley and a chain, oh yeah

The other type of n*ggas that complain, ah

Keep waiting for a blessing but forget to pray, ah yeah

The point I'm making here is that young people wish for all sorts of things, but often forget to pray for them. Purely material success is often very empty. I know millionaires who are deeply unhappy, while the outside world thinks they're successful and everything’s just perfect for them. I’ve learned that appearances can be deceptive. Being special in your own way: that’s true success."[116]

On 27 November 2020, he released his debut album Heavy Stepper.[117] A 9 track EP including "2 Corinthians 5:7" and "Blessing" released as singles shortly before, and new tracks "Heavy Stepper", "Body Like You (feat. Zah Santori)", "From Ghana (feat. Rass King & Bisa Kdei)", "4AM Palm Flow", "Big Fish", the highly anticipated "For A Week" and "D.B.A (feat. Yasmin Lauryn)".

In 2021, he appeared on 101Barz[118] performing two freestyles. In 2022, he became more active, collaborating with SFB and Quincy Promes in the track "TAT TAT",[119] which was released in November 2022. In January 2023, he collaborated with Bisa Kdei on an afro-beat track "Drinks on Me".[120] This followed two more releases so far in 2023 including "Asem Beba"[121] in February and "Leven Als Een Prof",[122] translating to 'life as a professional', in April. In July 2023, Memphis released his third release of the year witth the track "These Days", another multi-lingual track which switches between the Dutch and English language. In October 2023, Memphis released "Baby Don't Play", an all English afro-beat track in a style which is inspired by his Ghanaian roots.

Memphis has a lot of unreleased music which can be found on YouTube,[123] clipped from Instagram stories or live streams between 2018 and 2021. Memphis claims he plans to release when it is the "right time".


Track no. Title Year Album
"LA Vibes (feat. Quincy Promes)" 2017 Non-album freestyle
"Kings & Queens Freestyle"
"5 Milli Freestyle" 2018
7 "Porto Cervo (Interlude) (feat. Memphis Depay)" "Oprecht Door Zee" - Winne
18 "Akwaaba feat. Memphis Depay & Nana Fofie"[124]
"No Love"[125] Non-album single
"Fall Back"[126] 2019
11 "Lange Jas (feat. Memphis Depay)" “Broeders" – Broederliefde
"Dubai Freestyle" 2020 Non-album freestyle
01 "Heavy Stepper (feat. Arra)" Heavy Stepper EP
02 "Body Like You (feat. Zah Santori)"
03 "From Ghana feat. Rass King & Bisa Kdei"
04 "4AM Palm Flow"
05 "Big Fish"
06 "For A Week"
07 "2 Corinthians 5:7"
08 "Blessing"
09 "D.B.A. (feat. Yasmin Lauryn)"
02 "TAT TAT( feat. Memphis Depay & Quincy Promes)" 2022 "Reset The Levels IV" - SFB
03 "Drinks on Me (feat. Memphis Depay)" 2023 "ORIGINAL" - Bisa Kdei
"Asem Beba"[127] Non-album single
"Leven Als Een Prof"
"These Days"
"Baby Don't Play"

Personal life[edit]

Memphis is a Christian. He became a Christian in 2016. During the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Memphis led a Bible study with his teammate Cody Gakpo for 15 other Netherlands players.[128]

Memphis has numerous tattoos, including one on his left arm that is a tribute to his grandfather, who died on the day before he turned 15.[129] When he scored against Australia at the 2014 World Cup, he kissed this tattoo and pointed to the sky, dedicating his goal to his late grandfather, a moment which he then in 2016 commemorated with a tattoo on his left torso depicting Christ the Redeemer and the date 18.06.14, referring to his first international goal for the Netherlands.[130] He also has a tattoo on the inside of his lip stating succesvol (which is Dutch for 'successful')[131] and also has the words 'dream chaser' emblazoned on his upper torso.[4]

In June 2017, it was announced on social media that Memphis was engaged to Lori Harvey, the youngest daughter of American television personality Steve Harvey.[132] Since then, they have ended their engagement and relationship.[133]

In April 2020, Memphis was criticised by several animal rights organisations for posting pictures of himself with a liger cub while on vacation in Dubai. He responded by stating that "ligers are not even wild animals".[134]

In June 2022, Memphis visited Ghana[135][136] where he undertook some philanthropic works in the Cape Coast School of the Deaf and Blind.[137]

Career statistics[edit]


As of match played 19 May 2024[138]
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League National cup[a] League cup[b] Europe Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
PSV Eindhoven 2011–12 Eredivisie 8 3 3 1 0 0 11 4
2012–13 Eredivisie 20 2 4 1 5[c] 0 1[d] 0 30 3
2013–14 Eredivisie 32 12 1 0 10[e] 2 43 14
2014–15 Eredivisie 30 22 1 0 9[c] 6 40 28
Total 90 39 9 2 0 0 24 8 1 0 124 49
Manchester United 2015–16 Premier League 29 2 3 0 2 0 11[f] 5 45 7
2016–17 Premier League 4 0 0 0 1 0 3[c] 0 0 0 8 0
Total 33 2 3 0 3 0 14 5 0 0 53 7
Lyon 2016–17 Ligue 1 17 5 1 0 0 0 18 5
2017–18 Ligue 1 36 19 4 0 1 0 10[c] 3 51 22
2018–19 Ligue 1 36 10 2 1 1 0 8[g] 1 47 12
2019–20 Ligue 1 13 9 0 0 1 0 8[g] 6 22 15
2020–21 Ligue 1 37 20 3 2 40 22
Total 139 63 10 3 3 0 26 10 0 0 178 76
Barcelona 2021–22 La Liga 28 12 0 0 9[h] 1 1[i] 0 38 13
2022–23 La Liga 2 1 1 0 1[g] 0 0 0 4 1
Total 30 13 1 0 0 0 10 1 1 0 42 14
Atlético Madrid 2022–23 La Liga 8 4 1 0 9 4
2023–24 La Liga 23 5 5 3 3[g] 1 0 0 31 9
Total 31 9 6 3 0 0 3 1 0 0 40 13
Career total 323 126 29 8 6 0 77 25 2 0 437 159
  1. ^ Includes KNVB Cup, FA Cup, Coupe de France, Copa del Rey
  2. ^ Includes EFL Cup, Coupe de la Ligue
  3. ^ a b c d Appearances in UEFA Europa League
  4. ^ Appearance in Johan Cruyff Shield
  5. ^ Four appearances and one goal in UEFA Champions League, six appearances and one goal in UEFA Europa League
  6. ^ Eight appearances and three goals in UEFA Champions League, three appearances and two goals in UEFA Europa League
  7. ^ a b c d Appearance(s) in UEFA Champions League
  8. ^ Six appearances in UEFA Champions League, three appearances and one goal in UEFA Europa League
  9. ^ Appearance in Supercopa de España


Depay taking a free kick in a friendly against England in March 2018.
As of match played 10 July 2024[139]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National team Year Apps Goals
Netherlands 2013 3 0
2014 10 2
2015 8 1
2016 6 2
2017 7 3
2018 10 5
2019 8 6
2020 7 2
2021 16 17
2022 11 5
2023 2 1
2024 10 2
Total 98 46


PSV Eindhoven[138]



Netherlands U17




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