- Award winning Ghanaian musician King Promise says he is in constant communication with Callum Hudson-Odoi and Eddie Nketiah over Ghana switch
- The English-born Ghanaian football are considering playing for the Black Stars of Ghana ahead of the World Cup in Qatar
- Both players are eligible to represent Ghana despite playing for England at youth levels with Hudson-Odoi having three senior caps
Top Ghanaian music star Gregory Bortey, popularly known as King Promise, who is friends with Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi and Arsenal forward Eddie Nketiah has disclosed he has been talking to both players to consider a nationality switch and play for the Black Stars.
Hudson-Odoi and Eddie Nketiah were born and raised in England by Ghanaian parents and have represented the youth national teams of the European country.
In the case of Hudson-Odoi, he has also earned three international caps for England but with FIFA's new rules allowing him to make a change, King Promise stated in an interview with YFM that he has had conversations with the duo, urging them to play for Ghana.
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"I have been bothering him about playing for Ghana. I don't remember the last time we spoke but I told him bro, I will call him till you change your mind and every time I call him and I am like, bro, Black Stars and he is like you are an idiot," he said smiling on YFM's Shouts on Y show.
"I do the same with Nketiah and like bro, you have to play for Ghana and anyone who is a Ghanaian and can play I urge them to play. I don't know if he will play for Ghana but I have done my part."
Tariq Lamptey is another English-born Ghanaian on the verge of playing for the Black Stars.
King Promise hints at Callum Hudson-Odoi nationality switch
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that the Black Stars is about to receive a massive inclusion according to musician Gregory Promise Bortey Newman, known in the entertainment industry as King Promise.
According to the Afrobeats sensation, who is a close ally of Chelsea attacker Callum Hudson-Odoi, he has managed to convince the speedster for a possible nationality switch.
The winger, who is of Ghanaian parentage, has made it a tradition since last year to visit the West African nation as he reconnects back to his roots.
Source: Sports Brief News