The 22-year-old forward was born in London, however has not played for England at any level yet, which makes him qualified to play for Ghana.
He is one of four new faces in Otto Addo’s most recent crew in front of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers in June.
The Black Stars will have Madagascar at the Cape Coast Stadium on June 1, preceding taking on CAR four days after the fact.
Addo’s side will then, at that point, direct their concentration toward a four-country competition, named the 2022 Kirin Super Cup, that incorporates Japan, Chile and Tunisia.
In a post on Twitter, Bristol City communicated their joy at Semenyo’s Black Stars greeting, joined by photographs of the striker displaying in Ghana’s away jersey.
“Antoine Semenyo has had an extraordinary season before goal and notwithstanding being out harmed for in excess of twelve games toward the beginning of the mission the 22-year-old made 20 goal commitments, with 8 goals and 12 helps,” the club wrote in an explanation.
“His structure for the Robins has been compensated with a hit up to the worldwide arrangement interestingly that sees him in the Ghana crew for their three impending installations in June.”
Semenyo was a critical figure for Bristol City in the 2021/22 Championship season, scoring eight goals and giving 12 helps.