Callum Hudson Odoi is considering changing his nationality to Ghana in order to be included in the Ghana's squad which will participate in the world cup.
Ghana secured world cup qualification on 29th March 2022 after defeating Nigeria in a two legged match. A major sporting association has tried to convince the Chelsea winger to swap his international allegiance in order to play for them.
The 21- year old is considering his options of playing in the international level after missing out in Gareth Southgate's squad for several occasions.
The Chelsea winger has not been in the Three Lions squad for about two and a half years only to be called in under 21squad. Despite representing England in under 21 level, he has dual citizenship and is eligible to play for the Ghana national team.
Recently, Hudson Odoi has visited Ghana on holiday and was spotted there in January 2022 even last summer.
Gareth Southgate has much depth in wide areas as players like Foden, Sterling, Jack Grealish, Saka, Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford being flavoured ahead of Chelsea winger.
Hudson-odoi has struggled to be a consistent starter in Thomas Tuchel's squad as he has not lived to his expectations.
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