- English forward Callum Hudson-Odoi has left for Ghana for a short vacation after starring in the London derby win against Spurs
- The 21-year-old is reportedly returning to Ghana to discuss his international future with the Ghana Football Association
- Hudson-Odoi has been caught between continuing his international career with England and switching to play for Ghana
Chelsea winger, Callum Hudson-Odoi is on his way to Ghana just 24 hours after featuring in the Blues' victory over Tottenham on Sunday in the English Premier League.
The 21-year-old returns to Ghana, where he spent the summer holidays for a short vacation, before moving back to continue his season.
In a photo posted on Twitter, spotted by SportsBrief.com, the forward is in a plane headed to the West African country.
While Hudson-Odoi is coming to Ghana for a short break, it is also reported that he will be having a discussion with the Ghana Football Association about his international career.
Hudson-Odoi's future with the Three Lions of England looks bleak, despite his outstanding form with the Blues this season under Thomas Tuchel.
The England U17 World Cup winner, twice rejected an England U21 call up, with reports suggesting he wants to concentrate on his club career.
In June 2021, Hudson-Odoi was in Ghana and met president of the country Nana Akufo-Addo as well as the GFA boss Kurt Okraku and the Sports Minister Mustapha Ussif.
The FA boss and the Sports Minister were charged by the president to convince the Chelsea player to switch allegiance and play for Ghana.
Callum Hudson-Odoi has made 23 appearances across all competitions, scoring two goals.
Hudson-Odoi refuses England U21 call up
Earlier, SportsBrief.com reported that, Chelsea winger, Callum Hudson-Odoi has refused to join the English U-21 team for international football during the break as he concentrates on his club career.
The English-born could switch his international allegiance over the lack of senior team invite by Gareth Southgate.
England U-21 coach Lee Carsley revealed before naming his squad for the games against Slovenia and Andorra this week, Hudson-Odoi has not changed his stance on representing the U-21 team.
Source: Sports Brief News