Chelsea's prolific winger Callum Hudson Odoi finally visits home after the just ended UEFA Champions League. Ghana has been the second home of Callum has Ghanaians have waited long to feel his presence.
During Gareth Southgate's call up for the squad of the three lions of England to battle for the Euros 2020, it was unfortunate Odoi's name was not included and as a matter of such he decided to visit his native home Ghana to come and enjoy life over here.
Its undeniable some die-hard Chelsea fans will craving to get in touch with him to have fun together as well as asking some questions. Some players will also love to meet him so he can share with his understanding of football.
Some information about Callum where most people don't know is that Hudson-Odoi was born and raised in Wandsworth Greater London. He is the younger brother of non-League striker Bradley Hudson-Odoi and the second son of former Hearts of Oak Ghanaian midfielder Bismark Odoi. He has a younger brother. Hudson-Odoi was educated at Whitgift School in Croydon.
Callum was welcomed at the Airport by one Top artiste in Ghana by name King Promise and some Ghanaian traditional ladies with some glorious African dance as he also split some cash all over.
Its good to be home Callum, Ghanaians welcome you to our beloved country.
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