Ghana Football Association vice-president George Afriyie has disclosed the association is monitoring a lot of players for the senior national team of Ghana, the Black Stars.
Ghana’s football governing body is monitoring Spain international Inaki Williams, Atletico Madrid player Thomas Teye Partey and a Germany-based player.
George Afriyie told Atinka FM:
“The FA is monitoring a lot of players.
“The FA is talking to Partey, Inaki and another player from Germany, a lot of them.
“In monitoring, our lenses are on a lot of Ghanaians, but we have to leave that to the technical team.”
The situation with Athletic Bilbao player Inaki Williams is a bit tricky after Spain national team manager Vicente Del Bosque confirmed he is consindering the Spain U-21 player for Euro 2016 tournament.
Del Bosque said of the 21-year-old:
“There’s also Inaki Williams at Athletic, whom we consider more of a striker than a wing player.
“He has great speed and is playing with the Spain under-21s. All of them are in my head and we will call on the ones we think are the most convenient. We will try to bring the best.”
Inaki Williams was born in Bilbao, Biscay in Spain to a Ghanaian father and a Liberian mother. The player who featured in U-21 level for Spain is eligible to play for the Spain senior national team, the Ghana senior national team and the Liberia senior national team.