Chelsea wonder kid striker Dominic Solanke could make his international debut, representing Nigeria in an international friendly against Senegal in March.
According to The Guardian Nigeria claimed Solanke could be in line for a shocking inclusion in Gernot Rohr’s side during next international break.
However NFF representatives have earlier approached Nigerian-born players who play abroad to come represent their nation, and the wonder kid happens to be one of the lucky one’s to heed, as the wonder kid turn his attention to Nigerian rather than England.
Dominic Solanke born in Reading(England) born 14 September 1997, is an English player, who ply his trade with Chelsea, Solanke prefers the role of a striker, but he can also play as a winger or either side as an attacking midfielder. He has played for the England U16, U17,19 and U21 respectively, which makes his chance to represent Nigeria widely open since he hasn’t committed to the senior level.
While the likes of Kelvin Akoguma, Arsenal’s Chuba Akpom, Karim Onisowo, Chelsea’s Ola Aina and Bournemouth striker Jordan Ibe could also be called up for the international friendly.
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