English-born Ghanaian forward Callum Hudson-Odoi says playing for Ghana’s Black Stars remain a very good option for him at international level.
Despite playing for England’s Three Lions three times, the attacker is opened and ready to join Ghana’s senior national team at the right time.
Born in Wandsworth, Hudson-Odoi has a history of representing England in various age groups, including winning the Under-17 World Cup in 2017 under Steve Cooper.
He joined Nottingham Forest from Chelsea this summer and has been on Ghana’s radar, and discussions about his international future are ongoing.
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.