President of the Nigerian Football Federation, Amaju Pinnick has stated Clearly that Fast rising Arsenal Youngster, Bukayo Saka would not be compelled to Play for the Nigerian National team.
There's been different Speculations Surrounding the Future of The Versatile 18 years old Gunners star which Many Nigerians has been Rooting for the NFF to Lure him into Playing with the Super Eagles despite representing England at the Lower Category.
Amaju Pinnick stated Emphatically that No player would be begged to play for Nigeria unless they have a will and are qualified to play for the team
"Saka is excellent prospect but we have other players in his position who are playing so well." Pinnick said
"We have talents everywhere so we won't beg people to play for Nigeria. If it's their desire and they merit it, they'll be given chance to represent Nigeria."
This is not the First time Nigeria and England has been Tussling for Players. Same Scenario played out last year between the NFF And two Chelsea youngsters, Abraham and Fikayo Tomori of which both of them Pledged their Allegiance to the Three Lions of England.
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