Ghana Football Association spokesperson Henry Asante Twum says Ghanaian players in abroad can switch nationality to play for the Blackstars only if the headcoach needs them.
Arsenal’s Eddie Nketia, the Inaki brothers of Athletico Bilbao, and Chelsea’s Hudson Odoi are players who are likely to switch nationality and represent Ghana in the upcoming 2022 Qatar World Cup.
In an interview with Joy Fm he said:
“I don’t know the players we want to pursue. The truth is that let’s leave that to the coach. When Otto Addo got the job, he decided to bring Dennis Odoi and Elisha Owusu. He gave us pressure; we went through the process and we got the two players.”
“When C.K took the job, he decided to bring Akwasi Otchere Wriedt and we did everything possible to bring him.
Under C.K Akunnor we went to France to visit Alexander Djiku and we did all we could to change his nationality.”
Ghana are in Group H alongside Portugal, Uruguay, and Korea Republic in the Qatar 2022 World Cup which is billed to start in November later this year.