Hudson Odoi gifts Nana Addo his Chelsea Jersey during a visit to the Flagstaff yesterday. The news about the visit was shared by the president on his official Facebook page. Hudson-Odoi was born and raised in Wandsworth, Greater London. He is the younger brother of non-League striker Bradley Hudson-Odoi and the second son of former Hearts of Oak Ghanaian midfielder Bismark Odoi. In one of the photos attach to the Facebook post,Hudson could be seen presenting a Chelsea Jersey with 20 at the back (obviously his team jersey) to the president. The president wrote; On Monday, 7th June 2021, Ghanaian-born Chelsea footballer, Callum Hudson-Odoi, paid a courtesy call on me at Jubilee House, the seat of our nation's presidency. Amongst others, I urged the Minister for Youth and Sports to explore the possibility of having Callum switch nationality, and play for the Black Stars. Have a look at the photos below.

Hudson Odoi can start playing for Ghana after November according to the FIFA rules and regulations

Last night, the president of Ghana posted a photo of Hudson and himself at the Jubilee House during a courtesy by the footballer.

Hudson Odoi gifts Nana Addo his Chelsea Jersey during a visit to the Flagstaff yesterday. The news about the visit was shared by the president on his official Facebook page. Hudson-Odoi was born and raised in Wandsworth, Greater London. He is the younger brother of non-League striker Bradley Hudson-Odoi and the second son of former Hearts of Oak Ghanaian midfielder Bismark Odoi. In one of the photos attach to the Facebook post,Hudson could be seen presenting a Chelsea Jersey with 20 at the back (obviously his team jersey) to the president. The president wrote; On Monday, 7th June 2021, Ghanaian-born Chelsea footballer, Callum Hudson-Odoi, paid a courtesy call on me at Jubilee House, the seat of our nation's presidency. Amongst others, I urged the Minister for Youth and Sports to explore the possibility of having Callum switch nationality, and play for the Black Stars. Have a look at the photos below.

The president in his post said Amongst others, I urged the Minister for Youth and Sports to explore the possibility of having Callum switch nationality, and play for the Black Stars.

This prompted Adepanews.com to go search how possibly that switch maybe since he was a full-time player in the England National team.

Hudson-Odoi was born and raised in Wandsworth, Greater London. He is the younger brother of non-League striker Bradley Hudson-Odoi and the second son of former Hearts of Oak Ghanaian midfielder Bismark Odoi.

His brother Bradley represented Ghana at the U20 level.

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As per current Fifa rules on eligibility, the attacker is allowed to make a switch to Ghana provided he has not played more than three senior matches for England and all the games had come before he turned 21 (on November 7). Also, he can only make an application three years after his last appearance for the nation he wishes to change from.

Any possible application for a switch can only be made after November 17 next year, just ahead of the 2022 World Cup.

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