Kwesi Appiah Steps Up Chase For Three Ghanaian-born Stars

Black Stars Coach Kwesi Appiah has begun the pursuit for Ghanaian-born trio Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Inaki Williams and Gideon Yung.
Sources reveal the Coach has begun talks with the three players to switch their allegiance to Ghana.

Fosu-Mensah, who is born to Ghanaian parents have represented the Netherlands at junior level hence eligible to feature for the Black Stars.

The Manchester United defender has already rejected an invite from the Netherland senior National team fueling speculations he could switch his Nationality to his native country.

The former Ajax defender has spent almost his entire career in the European country (Netherland) where he captained the Netherlands U17 team.

Kwesi Appiah is also believed to have expressed interest in persuading Atletico Bilbao attacker Inaki Williams who is also born to a Ghanaian father and a Liberian mother.

Williams has been making the headlines in Spain scoring 13 goals for the La Liga Club this season.

The striker was left out of the Spain squad for the 2016 European Championship in France and has since not earn an invite to the Spanish National team.

Gideon Yung is also seen as one of the great prospect in German football having represented Germany at the junior level. His excellent performance for Humburg SV in the German Bundesliga II has forced Kwesi Appiah to approach him over his availability for the Black Stars. checks at the FA reveal the Nation’s Football governing body have already begun works for the three players to switch their Nationalities.