Ghana head coach Otto Addo earlier this week met German-born Ghanaian forward Ansgar Knauff and his close family in Germany to hold discussions over the possibility of the Dortmund asset playing for the Black Stars, sportsworldghana.com can report exclusively.
The 20-year-old Ghanaian prodigy has been very consistent for Eintracht Frankfurt this season after his move on loan from Bundesliga giant Borussia Dortmund.
Exclusive: Ghana head coach Otto Addo earlier this week met German-born Ghanaian forward Ansgar Knauff and his close family to hold discussion over the possibility of the Dortmund asset playing for the Black Stars.
Knauff, on Wednesday won the UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE with Frankfurt. pic.twitter.com/YRlkN4xKXY
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Ghana has been in the market and has casted their net wide to lure players born outside the country but with Ghanaian descent to play for Black Stars at the international level.
He helped Eintracht Frankfurt in the 2021-22 UEFA Europa League competition and was an integral part of the team throughout the season helping the Black and Whites Eagles to win the trophy to qualify for 2022-23 UEFA Champions League.
He played 7 games and scored 2 crucial goals against Barcelona and West Ham United FC on their way to glory.
The youngster also scored one goal and one assist in 12 matches this season in the German Bundesliga since his winter move to the club.
Ghana will play against Madagascar and Central Africa Republic in June in their 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.