Memphis Depay will be hoping for a triumphant summer with the Netherlands at the European Championship.
The forward has won 67 caps for his country at the time of writing, having made his international bow in 2013.
The Netherlands (opens in new tab) claimed nine points from nine in the group phase of Euro 2020 (opens in new tab), beating Ukraine (opens in new tab), Austria (opens in new tab) and North Macedonia (opens in new tab).
Depay has been one of the stars of the tournament so far. He scored two goals and provided one assist in Group C.
Which club does Memphis Depay play for?
Depay plays his club football for Lyon, although he is set to join Barcelona (opens in new tab) on a free transfer on July 1.
The forward made 178 appearances for Lyon in all competitions, having joined the club in 2016.
Depay previously spent around 18 months on the books of Manchester United (opens in new tab), but he struggled to make an impact at Old Trafford.
He began his career with PSV, whose academy he graduated from in 2011.
How old is Memphis Depay?
Depay was born on 13 February 1994. He is 27 years old.
What is Memphis Depay's squad number?
Depay will wear the No.10 shirt for the Netherlands at Euro 2020. At club level for Lyon, he wore the No.10. It is not yet clear what shirt number he will wear at Barcelona.
What is Memphis Depay's net worth?
Depay has an estimated net worth of £16.5m, according to wtfoot.com (opens in new tab).
What is Memphis Depay's contract length?
Depay's contract at Lyon runs until 30 June 2021. He has put pen to paper on a two-year deal at Barcelona.
What is Memphis Depay's salary?
Depay earned an estimated £87,000 per week at Lyon, according to salarysport.com (opens in new tab). The details of his deal with Barcelona have not yet been confirmed.
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