Bournemouth star, Jordan Ibe is readied to snub Nigeria in an effort to stand for England at this year’s world mug in Russia.
The 22-year-old winger that remains in a leading form of his life scored the winning objective for Bournemouth that saw his group secure a 2 -1 victory against Collection on Sunday.
The British footballer birthed to a Nigerian father, whose actual name is Jordon Ashley Femi Ibe gets Nigeria with his dad but is refusing to surrender on compeling his way into the Three Lions team, regardless of passion from the NFF to offer him the opportunity to fight for a World Mug area.
Inning Accordance With UK Sunlight, Ibe who has six assists as well as one goal in all competitions this season intends to ensure he is readily available for Gareth Southgate if the England employer is looking at his alternatives for next summertime’s event regardless of Nigeria wanting him.
In 2015, the youngster was picked by Southgate for the Under-21s England group.
In 2014, Chelsea demonstrator Tammy Abraham devoted his future to England in spite of meeting with the NFF President Amaju Pinnick to change international allegiance to play for the Super Eagles of Nigeria at the Globe cup.