RSC Anderlecht winger Jeremy Doku says joining the Belgian national team for the first time is a ”dream come true”.
Ghana’s chase for youngster Jeremey Doku was finally over on Tuesday after the players was handed his maiden senior call up by the country of his birth Belgium for their Euro League game against Iceland next month.
The the18-year old deadly winger has been heavily courted by Black Stars coach CK Akonnor but has now opted to represent Belgium at the senior national level.
The Belgium born Ghanaian had a magnificent breakthrough season with the Jupiler Pro League giants Anderlecht last season and was chased by English Champions Liverpool.
Doku, who is eligible to represent Ghana, the country of his parents, netted four goals and made three assist before the league was cancelled.
His thunderous attacking qualities have not gone unnoticed with Belgium coach Roberto Martinez extending an invite to him for Euro league game against Iceland
”A dream come true 🙏🏾 Very proud moment for me to get my first call up @BelRedDevils , but this is just the start 🙌🏾Flag of Belgium,”
— Jeremy Doku (@JeremyDoku) August 25, 2020