Hamburg forward Ransford-Yeboah Konigsdorffer believes his chance to play at the World Cup is easier with Ghana
The incoming Black Stars forward Ransford-Yeboah has revealed why he chose Ghana over Germany.
The Germany U21 forward switched nationality to represent Ghana at international level in June.
The Hamburg attacker is confident his path to international football will be much easier with the Black Stars of Ghana than Germany.
“My father comes from Ghana, he would be very proud of me if I could now play for his fatherland. In addition, it is probably easier to become a national team player there,” he told the Bild.
The 20-year-old forward is having a good season at Hamburg, scoring two goals in the DFB Pokal victory over Bayreuth.
Yeboah-Konigsdorffer has been in constant conversation with Ghana coach Otto Addo, and be making his debut in the September international break.
“I would be willing to play for Ghana. I met Otto Addo last December before he was national coach. Since then we have been in close contact. I already take care of the Ghanaian passport. I would be happy if I could attend the next international matches in September,” added the youngster.