Former Ghana international Charles Taylor has encouraged Chelsea assailant Callum Hudson-Odoi to zero in on his global profession with England in the midst of theory about a potential change toward the West African country, Goal.com reports.
Brought into the world in England to Ghanaian guardians, the 20-year-old is qualified to pick either country, in spite of showing up for the Three Lions.
He as of late opened the entryway for a potential switch of loyalties, going on to hold gatherings with Ghana President Nana Akufo-Addo, Ghana Sports Minister Mustapha Ussif and Ghana Football Association president Kurt Okraku.
“In the event that Odoi is paying attention to me, I will inform him not to think regarding playing for the Black Stars. He should keep playing for England regardless of whether it is under 100, he should play for them than to play for the Black Stars. Ghana is finishing its profession,” Taylor said on Angel TV.
Under Fifa’s refreshed principles on qualification, Hudson-Odoi will actually want to change faithfulness to Ghana in November one year from now should he not add additional appearances to his present three covers for England.
He would need to stand by until the following year as per guidelines which require a player with a senior cap for one country to sit tight for a long time from his last worldwide appearance to have the option to change his affiliation.
“I think clearly when you’re youthful, you have the chance to play for England all through every one of the years, from under 15 to under 16 as far as possible up,” the winger said prior this month regarding his worldwide future.
“Whenever they clearly offered me the chance to come I was in the nation as of now. It’s something that I previously had to me, set on previously playing for England.”
“So it was the thing clearly picking Ghana or England, and toward the day’s end I said I generally had the perfect individuals around me who consistently exhort me – what’s right, what’s up. Britain came and I said ‘Definitely, let me proceed to play for my country’.
“Be that as it may, I said ‘Ghana is my home also’, so we’ll see, we’ll see. You’ll never know, so.”
Ghana have additionally set sights on Brighton and Hove Albion safeguard Tariq Lamptey, Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah and Watford winger Kwadwo Baah, who all at present play for England at youth level, for a potential switch.