Chelsea youngster Bryan Fiabema has hinted on his international future. Born to a Nigerian father and Norwegian, Bryan Fiabema has revealed that he is willing to switch his international allegiance to the three times African Champions in the near future.
He would have been free to play for Nigeria's youth teams without applying to FIFA for a change of association had it been he failed to make a competitive debut for Norway's U17s in October 2019.
Bryan Fiabema who joined Chelsea in the January transfer has debuted for their youth teams in the U18 Premier League and Premier League 2.
Quizzed on his international future, Imad El Hammichi who is representing the affairs of the youngster said that it's up to him to decide which national team that he admires to represent in the near future.
"It's up to him to decide which national team he wants to represent".
Other eligible youngsters, Chuma Anene and Ohi Omoijuanfo have caps for Norway's youth teams but have shown interest to represent the Nigerian national team in the near future if approached by the Nigeria Football Federation.
His social media activities have confirmed he is a fan of the Nigerian national team and as well as following some of the Super Eagles players.
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