Former Black Stars defender, Samuel Inkoom says receiving a call-up for the upcoming 2022 Wolrd Cup qualifier playoffagainst Nigeria is impossible due to the fact that he is without a club.
Ghana plays Nigeria in a two-leg encounter next month with a spot at stake for this year’s World Cup in Qatar.
Speaking earlier this with week in an exclusive interview with Joy Sports, the 32-year-old revealed he would not turn down an opportunity to play for the country if he was invited by the newly-constituted technical team.
However, the right-back has admitted not playing active football since leaving Torpedo Kutaisi makes it difficult for him to be given a call-up.
“The mindset is that at the moment I don’t have any club and next week we are playing a World Cup qualifier. They call players based on performances so I cannot say I expect to be called,” Inkoom said on Joy FM’s Sports link.
The player is also keen on a return to the Ghana Premier League following the end of his contract with the Georgian side last month.
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