The following is a list of foreign-born players who are likely to join the Black Stars for the 2022 World Cup.

This is a list of foreign-born Ghanaians who are anticipated to join the Black Stars in Qatar for the 2022 World Cup.

Many believe that these players would benefit the team and increase the Black Stars' chances of making an impact in the Mundial.

A case has been made for the following players to join the Black Stars in the same way that Kevin Prince Boateng was called up for the 2010 World Cup.

Athletic Bilbao's Inaki Williams is ranked first.

Iaki Williams Arthur is a Spanish professional footballer who currently plays as a forward for Athletic Bilbao, where he has made over 300 appearances.

Inakai Williamns was born in Accra, Ghana, to Ghanaian parents. In an interview, he stated, "My folks are from Accra, and I love traveling there." However, I was not born or raised there, my culture is here, and there are athletThe GFA's campaign to acquire Inaki Williams to play for the Black Stars began under Kwesi Nyantakyi's leadership, but it looks that now is the appropriate time for Inaki Williams to join the team.

In 2016, the 27-year-old made his full international debut for Spain. Inaki Williams is a citizen of Ghana, Liberia, and for whom it would be more significant.

2, Tariq Lamptey – Brighton and Hove Albion

Tariq Kwame Nii-Lante Lamptey is an English professional footballer who presently plays for Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League and for the England under-21 national team.

Lamptey was born in England and is of Ghanaian descent.

Although the 21-year-old has not publicly expressed a desire to play for Ghana, the FA has spoken with him and hopes that he will switch his country ahead of the World Cup.

3. Mohammed Salisu – Southampton

Mohammed Salisu Abdul Karim is a Ghanaian footballer who now plays for Southampton in the Premier League as a centre-back.

Salisu began his senior career with Valladolid, where he was a member of the reserve team before being promoted to the first team in 2019.
Salisu received his first call-up to Ghana's senior team in November 2019, when he was chosen in Kwesi Appiah's squad for the 2021 African Cup of Nations qualifiers against South Africa and So Tomé and Prncipe. Due to injury worries, he withdrew from the team.

The 22-year-old former Rayo Valladolid defender has indicated that he will only play for Ghana when he is fully prepared. However, there have been calls for him to play in the World Cup for the Black Stars.

4, Callum Hudson-Odoi – Chelsea

Callum James Hudson-Odoi is a winger for Chelsea in the Premier League and for the England national team.
Hudson-Odoi was part of the sides that won the U18 Premier League and FA Youth Cup consecutively in 2017.
Due to his dual nationality and the fact that he has three England caps, Hudson-Odoi is still eligible to play for Ghana.

Despite being convinced by the President, the Ministry, and the Football Association during his recent visits to Ghana, Callum Hudson-Odoi has yet to decide whether or not to play for his country.

A effort to recruit him to play for the Black Stars at the 2022 World Cup is under underway.


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