According to The Telegraph, Wales are confident that Chelsea youngster, Ethan Ampadu, will play for Wales in the future despite his eligibility to play for England.
Ampadu is one of the most promising talents in Britain and has pushed his way into Chelsea’s first team in Carabao Cup ties this season, despite only signing a professional contract with the club in September. He came on as a sub for Wales on Friday night against France and he impressed.
He was born in Devon and his dad, Kwame Ampadu, played for the Republic of Ireland’s under-21 side but his mum is from Wales, so there is an argument of who he’ll play for.
Ampadu is expected to start against Panama on Tuesday night for Wales but he can still change nationality until he makes his first competitive appearance for either Wales or England.
Wales manager, Chris Coleman, has said that the 17-year-old is “fully committed” to the Welsh national side.