Jeremy Doku

I am Ghanaian and I speak Twi because my parents are from Ghana – Jeremy Doku

Manchester City player Jeremy Doku shared that he has visited Ghana once and is fluent in the popular local language Twi, despite being born in Antwerp and choosing to play for Belgium instead of Ghana at the international level.

Doku, who has represented Belgium 20 times and scored two goals, expressed pride in his Ghanaian heritage, saying, “Of course, I’m Ghanaian as well because my parents are Ghanaians.

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I speak Twi, a language spoken in Ghana. I visited once and plan to go back because it has been a while.”

Doku, who transferred to Manchester City from Stade Rennes for £55.5m last summer, is pleased with his performance, stating, “I believe I have had a good start as people didn’t expect me to play much at the beginning.

But I am playing and that is great because it is a top team and getting minutes here is fantastic.”

He recognized areas where he can improve, stating, “There is always room for improvement, being more effective and contributing more to the team.

These are aspects of my game that I can work on to make it better. But I am happy with my start and if I continue like this, I can only get better.”

Manchester City, aiming for their fourth consecutive Premier League title, have also reached the FA Cup final where they will face Manchester United.

Jeremy Doku has provided five goals and eight assists for the team this season.

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