MiBritain born striker Antoine Serlom Semenyo has agreed to play for Ghana against Nigeria in the world cup qualification game against Nigeria in March.
The Bristol City player was brought into the world in Chelsea, London yet of Ghanaian drop.
In a bid to address the absence of goals in the Black Stars, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has sent an some board members to meet him over his accessibility for the forthcoming Word cup qualification games against the Super Eagles.
As per Angel FM’s Saddick Adams, Semenyo has communicated preparation to play for Ghana and country switch processes are continuous.
Ghana FA delegation have met with Bristol City centre forward Antoine Semenyo. Player expressed readiness to play for Ghana and nationality switch process has started. GFA wants him available for the #WCQ22
The 22yo has 10 goal contribution in 16 games for the Championship side pic.twitter.com/FXZtD7rIH0
— Saddick Adams (@SaddickAdams) February 8, 2022
The 22-year-old has been involved in 10 goals this season; scoring four, and assisting six out of 16 Championship games.
With Ghana’s noteworthy disappointment at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, it is really important of the Ghana football Association to guarantee the Black Stars fit the bill for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Nigeria has affirmed the subsequent leg will be played on March 27 while the GFA is yet to pick either March 23 and 24 for the principal leg at the Cape Coast Stadium.