This information has prompted the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to go all out to recruit the player, who spent the summer in Ghana and met with high-ranking officials from the football federation and the government.
The GFA is calling Chelsea’s star and his father to persuade them to speed up their pursuit of the child, who has previously spoken to officials about his potential trade.
Earlier this month, the Chelsea attacker turned down an invitation to play for England’s Under-21 team in European Championship qualifiers against Romania and Kosovo.
The 20-year-refusal old’s to play for the European country’s youth team has prompted England manager Gareth Southgate to worry that the Blues prodigy is on the verge of switching nationality and playing for Ghana.
Hudson-parents Odoi’s are both Ghanaians, and his father spent several years playing for the country and Ghanaian champions Accra Hearts of Oak before retiring.
Given that timeline, he should be able to obtain his FIFA nationality changeover documents in time to play for the Black Stars in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.