Ghana national team is receiving a massive boost to their underwhelming attack before the Black Stars compete in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
According to Pan-Africa Football, Spanish-born brothers Iñaki and Nico Williams have reportedly received the approval of their parents to compete for Ghana after previously representing the nation of their birth at youth national team level, with Iñaki making one appearance in a friendly for Spain’s senior team.
The Athletic Bilbao attackers will add instant quality to the Ghanaian attack with the 27-year-old forward Iñaki and his 19-year-old brother Nico set to operate from the wing.
Also Arsenal forward Eddie Nketiah has also taken a leap forward towards committing to Ghana by acquiring a Ghanaian passport.
The 22-year-old poacher was a prolific scorer for his birth country England at the under-21 level, captaining the England team at the 2021 UEFA European Under-21 Championship.
Nketiah has made major strides this season in the Arsenal first team after struggling to obtain regular playing time, scoring a career high seven goals for the Gunners in all competitions this season