Hudson-Odoi admits that he is thinking about joining the Ghana Black Stars ahead of the 2022 World Cup and has already had talks with the GFA.
His parents are both from Ghana. He last visited Ghana in 2021, after winning the Championship League with Chelsea.
The 21-year-old has already made three appearances for the England national team. He even played an European qualifying match against Kosovo on November 17, 2019.
But, under the new rules of FIFA, Callum Hudson-Odoi can still switch nationality regardless his appearances for the Three lions of England.
He told BBC: “Nothing I would say at the moment on camera. I would love to tell you, but I couldn’t say.
“At the moment it’s more just focusing on the best I can do here. You never know what will happen in the future.
“Obviously the Ghana-England situation has been on my mind for a while. But I think right now it was more of the focus of coming here, really getting myself back into shape, playing a lot of games and just feeling like myself. Right now my mind is just open.”
Unfortunately, he is reportedly not amongst the list of England’s squad for this year’s World Cup.