GFA boss hints at the possibility of Nico Williams joining his senior brother to represent Ghana in a Facebook post

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A Facebook post from the President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Kurt Okraku has hinted that Athletic Bilbao forward Nico Williams could join his senior brother, Inaki Williams by switching allegiance to represent the senior national team of Ghana, the Black Stars.

On Tuesday, the Ghana FA announced that Inaki Williams who has represented Spain at youth level and made a single appearance for the senior team has agreed to switch allegiance to represent Ghana.

The development left people questioning what the status of his younger brother Nico Williams is.

However, a Facebook post from the President of the Ghana FA with the caption “Guess what Nico was telling me” indicates that there’s a good relationship with Nico Williams, increasing the possibility of him switching allegiance as well.

Per a report from Spain, Nico Williams who has represented the Spain youth team and his yet to make an appearance for the senior team will not follow his big brother’s footsteps for the time being. He will continue to be linked to the Spain national team through the U-21.

Nevertheless, that situation is likely to change and that will be dependent on how his senior brother fares with the Ghana national team.

Also, Mohammed Salisu of Southampton, Brighton’s Tariq Lamptey, Patric Pfeiffer of Darmstadt and Hamburger duo Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer and Stephan Ambrosius have all agreed to represent Ghana.

The sextet are available for Ghana’s next assignment which will be a double header against Angola in the qualifiers of the 2023 African Cup of Nations (AFCON).

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