Kofi Kyereh: Photos showing Black Stars Ghana player’s expensive lifestyle news

  • Kofi Kyereh plays for FC St Pauli in German Bundesliga 2 after signing a free transfer from Wehen Wiesbaden.
  • Born in Ghana to a Ghanaian father and a German mother, he has lived in Germany since the age of one.
  • Daniel Kofi Kyereh made his debut for Ghana in September 2021 in Ghana’s FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Ethiopia in Cape Coast

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Kofi Kyereh, born in Ghana but raised in Germany, is the latest addition to the Black Stars with German ties since Kevin Prince Boateng.

Kofi Kyereh: Photos show off Black Stars player’s expensive lifestyle
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Daniel Kofi Kyereh, born to a Ghanaian father and German mother, in Ghana, has been living in Germany since the age of one.

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Kofi Kyereh plays for FC St Pauli in German Bundesliga 2 after signing a free transfer from Wehen Wiesbaden.

Daniel Kofi Kyereh made his debut for Ghana in September 2021 in Ghana’s FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Ethiopia in Cape Coast.

YEN.com.gh took a look at the 25-year-old’s social media and the conclusion is that Kofi tastes expensive.

Kyereh loves to have fun and his lavish lifestyle includes a break in Malibu, California and Marbella, Spain.

Kofi Kyereh Pictures

1. Kyereh on the streets of Hamburg, Germany, going after that black jacket.

2. Who knows, maybe Kofi is just a romantic

3. Kofi Kyereh with a DJ Khalid vibe in Marbella, Malaga in the Spanish state.

4. If this was Kyereh’s house, then his art game is on point, right?

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Kofi Kyereh played a key role in Ghana’s victory over South Africa

YEN.com.gh reported that Ghana qualified for the 2020 World Cup qualifiers in Qatar after beating South Africa 1-0 on Sunday, November 14, 2021 at Cape Coast Stadium.

The Ghana Black Stars started the game on a high note knowing full well that a win will take them to the play-offs.

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