Former Chelsea goalkeeper wants to play for Nigeria

Former Chelsea goalkeeper wants to play for Nigeria

Former Chelsea goalkeeper wants to play for Nigeria

Daniel Jinadu, a former Chelsea youth team goalkeeper, has said he would love to be selected to play for Nigeria. Daniel currently plays for West Ham, he was born in Nigeria in June 2002 before moving to England as a child.

He played for Chelsea before joining the Hammers in December 2017 and taking up a two-year scholarship in the summer of 2018.

Jinadu made his U18 Premier League debut for the Hammers against Arsenal on 30 January 2018 and started three times at that level as a schoolboy. The England he is currently is regarded as one of the top teenage goalkeepers in English football.

According to Allnigeriasoccer, the goalkeeper has committed the future of his international career to Nigeria and would be hoping to be selected in the future.

The Nigeria U17 coaches are reportedly monitoring the performances of the Hammers U18 star with a view to including him on the roster for the 2019 FIFA U17 World Cup in Brazil. Although he had represented England at U15 and U16 levels but the Nigerian Federation will not need to apply for a change of association as all his caps for England at youth level were in friendly matches.

Former Chelsea goalkeeper wants to play for Nigeria

However it goes we wish the young lad success in his career.

Former Chelsea goalkeeper wants to play for Nigeria
Former Chelsea goalkeeper wants to play for Nigeria
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