Eddie Nketiah, a Ghanaian attacker born in England, is prepared to make the jump to the Premier League.
Ghana has switched its allegiance from England. Following Ghana’s qualification for the World Cup, the Arsenal attacker is said to be interested in representing the world cup.
The World Cup is taking place in Qatar this year. The Black Stars made a triumphant comeback to the World Cup after missing out on the previous edition, which was hosted in Russia. Arsenal attacker Eddie Nketiah is in severe danger of losing his place in the team.
In accordance with sources on Ghanaballers, he is considering the prospect of transferring his national allegiance to Ghana. Following their qualification for the World Cup, the Black Stars
In a nail-biting World Cup play-off that took place over two legs, Ghana edged off West African rivals Nigeria.
That has increased the likelihood that the West African nation will be able to persuade the Arsenal youngster to accompany them on their tour to Qatar later this year.
The Ghana Football Association is looking to sign Nketiah, who now plays for England’s junior teams and is a target for the club. England U21 forward has made 17 appearances and scored 16 goals during his time with the national team.
At spite of this, Nketiah is still eligible to transfer since he is more likely to play on a regular basis for the Black Stars than for the senior national team of England, where he would be competing against players with an embarrassment of riches in his position. Nketiah, who was born in London to Ghanaian parents, has also represented England at the U18, U19, and U20 levels.
Eddie Nketiah agrees to represent Ghana after being persuaded by Thomas Partey.
Eddie Nketiah has been tasked by Black Stars deputy captain Thomas Partey to make a choice on his international career by selecting Ghana as his destination.
In a video released on Twitter and noticed by Teachnblog, the Arsenal midfielder tells his teammate that it is time for him to represent the Black Stars of Ghana.