Whiles Southampton defender Mohammed Salisu will not be playing for the Black Stars in the 2023 AFCON qualifiers, he has been preparing for certain companions subsequent to showing up in Ghana.
The middle back will be back home following the finish of the 2021/22 Premier League season, where he kept the most handles in the English topflight.
Yet again regardless of dismissing a hit up to the Black Stars, Salisu has been preparing with his companions at the Madina Astroturf Park.
He was caught nonchalantly playing football with his cherished, lifelong companions on Monday evening as he partakes in the slow time of year.
Ghana will start off the 2023 AFCON qualifiers on Wednesday, when they take on Madagascar at the Cape Coast Stadium.
Otto Addo’s side will then, at that point, face the Central African Republic (CAR) in their next game prior to making a trip to Japan for a four-country competition.
In the mean time, Salisu is purportedly ready to turn around and honor a hit up to Ghana’s public group from here on out.
The 23-year-old has been pursued by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) for a long time currently, yet all endeavors have so far fizzled.
The middle back, nonetheless, met with GFA supervisor Kurt Okraku during the last option’s visit to the UK prior in May, with conversations over his worldwide future held.
The Ghana News Agency (GNA) reports that Salisu has had a shift in perspective and will before long make himself accessible to the Black Stars.
The report, nonetheless, shows that he is probably not going to highlight for Ghana in the impending 2023 AFCON qualifiers in June.
Salisu is at present one of the most mind-blowing youthful players in Europe, having made a noteworthy beginning to the season at Southampton.
He has overwhelmed the Premier League subsequent to featuring in matches against Manchester United, Arsenal, Manchester City and as of late Liverpool.
In any case, all endeavors to inspire him to play for the Black Stars have demonstrated worthless up to this point, with the middle back dismissing a hit up to highlight at the 2021 AFCON.
Salisu likewise turned down an encouragement to highlight in Ghana’s two-legged Qatar 2022 World Cup season finisher against Nigeria, albeit the Black Stars proceeded to fit the bill for the competition on away goals.