Huge boost for Ghana as Williams and Lamptey back to represent their motherland in World Cup

England born Ghanaian Tariq Lamptey photo:courtesy

Ghana national team has been boosted a head of their trip to Qatar in November after three players switched their nationalities.

Athletico Bilbao striker’s Inak Williams, Brighton left-back Tariq Lamptey and Southampton’s center-back Mohammed Salisu have joined the Black Stars.

Inak Williams [28] who was born in Spain by Ghanaian parents has represented Spain in all levels from under-16 to senior level.

Meanwhile, Tariq Lamptey also played for England at U18, U19, U20 and U21 respectively but has never been capped in senior level.

 Salisu 23 was born in Kumasi, Ghana but left the country at young age to Spain.

The president of Ghana football federation [GFA] Kurt Edwin Simeon-Okraku said the three players and other two are now eligible to play for the national team having requested earlier.

The trio requested to represent Ghana in the world cup 2022 to be played in Qatar whereby are placed in Group H alongside Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea.