England Under-21s supervisor, Lee Carsley has mentioned Callum Hudson Odoi remains to be dedicated to the Three Lions regardless of Ghana curiosity.
The Chelsea winger has been ignored of a second consecutive Under-21s squad to deal with getting again into the Chelsea facet.
The winger has managed simply 82 minutes within the Premier League to this point this season and has been an unused substitute in all bar one League recreation to this point
The 20-year-old was omitted from the England Under-21s squad final month whereas discussions over a mortgage change to Borussia Dortmund have been ongoing, although Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel blocked that transfer on deadline day in August.
Hudson-Odoi can be eligible to play for Ghana and there have been reviews that the Chelsea academy graduate is contemplating a change.
Asked about Hudson-Odoi’s absence, Carsley mentioned: “It stays the identical, Callum will stay at Chelsea and attempt to get it the Chelsea staff.
“We have spoken to him to see how he is getting on and the way he’s feeling, so has Gareth so there is no actual change there.”
Pressed on whether or not there have been considerations over a change to Ghana, Carsley mentioned that had no been steered in talks.
“No intentions or suggestions were made with that regard,” he mentioned.
“As far as we are concerned Callum is still committed to England and we are looking forward to having him back at some point.”
Hudson Odoi has been linked to play for Ghana nationwide staff for the previous months following his go to within the West African nation.
Hudson-Odoi is the son of former Hearts of Oak midfielder Bismark Odoi.
He has been a long-term goal of the Ghana Football Association to think about a nationality change regardless of capping thrice for England on the senior degree.
Despite having made three aggressive appearances for England’s senior staff, Hudson-Odoi, 20, meets the FIFA standards for switching nations.
A participant could make as much as three aggressive appearances and nonetheless change allegiance, as long as they have been made beneath the age of 21 and weren’t on the ‘ultimate stage’ of a match
Hudson-Odoi’s failure to make Gareth Southgate’s Euro 2020 squad subsequently means he has but to seem for England’s senior staff at a significant match, though he did characteristic on the European U21 Championships in March.