The Southampton safeguard has dismissed a few solicitations for addressing Ghana at the global level, supposedly expressing that he isn't prepared at this point.
The 22-year-old has been pursued by the Ghana Football Association beginning around 2019 to respect a welcome. He has been welcomed by previous mentors Kwesi Appiah, Charles Kwabla Akonnor, Milovan Rajevac and Otto Addo.
His reliable dismissal of the Black Stars has incensed a few fans, as they have marked the previous Real Valladolid protector as traitorous.
A few fans are approaching the FA to quit pursuing him to play for the Black Stars.
Be that as it may, Sam Johnson accepts the middle back will be required for the World Cup, and the GFA should attempt to persuade him to play for Ghana.
"We need players in the group. The individuals who are playing better than those we have now in the group. Salisu is a Ghanaian, and on account of some explanation, he would rather not come. How about we motivate certain individuals to converse with him and persuade him. Now and again, it is a result of how we handle them. So we must be cautious", he told Happy FM.
The previous Hearts of Oak protector added Salisu Mohammed would be essential for Ghana's crew going into the World Cup because of his quality.
"It doesn't make any difference on the off chance that he didn't play in the qualifiers. It doesn't work like that in the public group since certain players toiled in the qualifiers, so they ought to play in the World Cup. The GFA should proceed to converse with him".
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