Ghanaian Afrobeats Musician King Promise Hints at Possible Nationality Switch for Chelsea’s Hudson Odoi

Ghanaian Afrobeats Musician King Promise Hints at Possible Nationality Switch for Chelsea’s Hudson Odoi

  • King Promise has just whet the appetite of Ghanaian football lovers hinting that Callum Hudson-Odoi might switch his nationality soon
  • Officials of the Ghana Football Association and the government of Ghana have been in talks with the Chelsea attacker to switch his allegiance to Ghana
  • Ghana is looking to assemble the best of players to reclaim its position as one of the best football nations on the continent

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.

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Ghanaian Afrobeats musician King Promise hints at a possible nationality switch for Chelsea’s Hudson Odoi. Photo credit: @GhanaBlackstars @IamKingPromise
Source: Twitter

His earlier visit saw him meet influential figures including Ghana's president Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo as discussions of his nationality change was held.

Odoi, whose father played for Ghana Premier League outfit Hearts of Oak, has remained tight-lipped about his national team status.

He has represented England at all youth levels but still eligible to play for Ghana and 'CCTV' hitmaker King Promise has reignited talks of Odoi switching his nationality.

In a post on Twitter, spotted by Sports Brief, King Promise suggested he has spoken to a few of his brothers, who are willing to play for Ghana.

Although, Odoi has already played on three occasions for the Three Lions, a change to FIFA's eligibility rules means he can still switch to Ghana in November this year.

With Ghana on the cusp of returning to the World Cup, that is, should the Black Stars upstage Nigeria in Abuja, Odoi might just be convinced to ditch England for the West African powerhouse.

Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi tight-lipped on nationality switch

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Callum Hudson-Odoi has stated emphatically that he is yet to make final decision on the country he will represent between the Black Stars of Ghana and the Three-Lions of England.

The Chelsea star has represented England at every youth level from U16 to U21 before making his first senior international appearance in 2019.

However, the 21-year-old is still eligible to play for another national team in full international level and Ghana are said to started speaking with the Chelsea star over switching allegiance.