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List Of Top International Players Expected To Join The Black Stars In This year’s World Cup.

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This article is about the list of foreign players with Ghanaian descent expected to join the black stars anytime soon in the upcoming World Cup.

1.Callum Hudson-Odoi - Chelsea

Callum Hudson-Odoi is an English player who plays as a winger for Chelsea in the premier league and for the England national team.

Hudson Odoi is still eligible to play for Ghana due to his dual nationality and the fact that he has 3 England caps under his belt.

Although Callum Hudson-Odoi is yet to accept the switch up, reports from expert sports pundits have revealed that he’s considering the switch up only if we qualified to the World Cup.

2.Mohammed Salisu - Southampton

Salisu is a center back player for Southampton. Salisu was first called up in 2021 for the AFCON but withdrew from the team due to injury. He stated it according to reports that he’ll only play for Ghana when he’s ready. And I think this is the right time.

3.Tariq Lamptey - Brighton and Hove Albion

He’s a right winger player for Brighton in the premier league and for England under 21 national team. Although he has not cleared the air as to whether consider the switch up, the GFA have listed him as one the players who is expected to join the national one day.

4.Inaki Williams - Athletic Bilbao

He’s a forward for his club Athletic Bilbao. He revealed in an interview that his parents are from Accra, but he wasn’t born and raised in Ghana. Although there are no formal statements approving the switch up, Williams is one of the players Ghana should expect to join the team in the World Cup.

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