Timothy Fosu-Mensah

Ghana Coach Avram Grant is on his way to England to hold talks with Ghanaian-born Dutch youngster Timothy Fosu-Mensah. GhanaSportsOnline.com can reveal.

The former Chelsea boss as part of his monitoring of Ghanaian players abroad has decided to visit the Manchester United youngster to persuade him to switch nationality.

Fosu-Mensah who is born to Ghanaian parents is eligible to feature for the Black Stars after featuring for Holland at the junior level.

Grant will be hoping to convince the 18-year-old defender to feature for his native country (Ghana).

The former Ajax player (Fosu-Mensah) has hogged the headlines in England and the Netherlands having made six appearances for Manchester United’s first team.

The versatile defender made his Premier League debut in February this year after coming on as a substitute in Manchester United’s 3-2 win at home over Arsenal.


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