Nottingham Forest new signing winger, Callum Hudson-Odoi has revealed that he is still thinking about the possibility of representing Ghana at the senior national level.
Tye former Chelsea star has been a long time target of the Black Stars technical team even before the 2022 FIFA World Cup despite playing for England.
The promising attacker won the Under-17s’ World Cup under Steve Cooper in 2017.
Born in Wandsworth, Hudson-Odoi has also represented the Three Lions from Under-16s through to Under-21s and has earned three England senior caps.
Reacting to his possibility of playing for the Black Stars, Hudson-Odoi disclosed that it is a good option, stressing he is still thinking about it.
“That decision hasn’t been made yet. I’m still thinking it over. Ghana is a very good option but let’s wait and see,” he told The Telegraph.
“Hopefully, once I start playing games here, maybe Gareth [Southgate] or Ghana will come. It’s a nice position to be in and hopefully, sooner or later we will know,” the winger who spent last season on loan at Bayer Leverkusen added.
Meanwhile, Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah who was also being chased by the Ghana Football Association over a witch to play for the Black Stars, recently earned his debut call-up to the Three Lions team.