The 21 years old is eligible for both nations and is yet to commit fully to either county.
He has visited his native Ghana, the birth country of in parents twice in the past eight months amid report he is interested in switching allegiance.
Odoi, who has represented England at the senior level on three occasions, is still eligible to switch per the FIFA regulations.
The regulation say a player can switch to another national country if he has earn three caps for the original county before age 21.
However, Hudson-Odoi will switch allegiance to Ghana if the four times African champions qualifies for the world cup later this year.
Ghana will battle eternals rivals Nigeria in a two legged ties in March the final play off to determine qualifications for the world cup this year.
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