5 Foreign-Based Players Likely To Play For Ghana In The FIFA World Cup Tournament

The Draw for the Qatar World Cup has finally been done and Ghana is in the group with Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea.

Though some fans are optimistic Ghana may not qualify from the group but others claimed that if these 5 foreign players accept to play for Ghana,  Black Stars can qualify from the group. These players are:


Callum Hudson-Odoi is an English winger who represents the England national team and Chelsea in the Premier League.

Due to his dual nationality and the fact that he has three England caps, Hudson Odoi is still eligible to play for Ghana.

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Despite the fact that Callum Hudson-Odoi has yet to accept the swap, rumors from professional sports commentators suggest that he is only considering it if we qualify for the World Cup.


He’s a forward for his club Athletic Bilbao. He revealed in an interview that his parents are from Accra, but he wasn’t born and raised in Ghana.

Although there are no formal statements approving the switch up, Williams is one of the players Ghana should expect to join the team in the World Cup.


He plays right winger for Brighton in the Premier League and for the England Under-21 squad.

Although he has not confirmed if he will make the transfer, the GFA has listed him as one of the players who will eventually join the national team.

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Salisu is a center back player for Southampton. Salisu was first called up in 2021 for the AFCON but withdrew from the team due to injury.

He stated it according to reports that he’ll only play for Ghana when he’s ready. And I think this is the right time.


The 22-year-old has scored 16 goals in 17 appearances for England U21. Eddie Nketia is still eligible to play for the Black Stars.

According to some reports Deputy skipper of Black Stars, Thomas Partey Is convincing him to play for Ghana.

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