Southampton defender Mohammed Salisu has chosen to play for the Dark Stars, making himself accessible for future call-ups.
Salisu, who has recently declined a few solicitations, will acknowledge playing whenever called, as per Onua Sports.
While the holiday in Ghana, Salisu, a nearby relative, and key Ghana Football Association (GFA) authorities met, and the middle back proclaimed his goal to play for the senior public group.
It followed a gathering in May between GFA president Kurt Okraku and Salisu in Britain.
Likewise, in front of the 2022 World Cup end-of-the-season games against Nigeria in Spring, Dark Stars mentor Otto Addo met with Salisu fully intent on welcoming him, however, the 23-year-old demanded not being prepared.
Salisu has been on the GFA's radar for over two years trying to tempt him to play for Ghana, so his most recent choice is extraordinarily invited.
The previous Genuine Valladolid player is one of Ghana's best players abroad and is viewed as somebody who can fundamentally help the Dark Stars at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Salisu had the most captures in the Chief Association last season.
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