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Spain-born Brothers Inaki And Nico Williams Visit Traditional Home In Ghana Amidst Nationality Switch



Spain-born Brothers Inaki And Nico Williams Visit Traditional Home In Ghana Amidst Natinality Switch

Spain-born brothers and Athletic Bilbao stars, Inaki Williams And Nico Williams have taken a huge step to reconnect with their roots after visiting their traditional home in Ghana.

On Tuesday 7, 2022, the two brothers who were born in Spain arrived in Ghana and were welcomed by their mother at the Kotoka International Airport.

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They revealed that they are here to enjoy their holidays with their family after a long season in the Spanish La Liga.

The duo also visited their traditional home on Wednesday, where they fraternised with some members of their extended family.

In a photo that has gone viral on social media, the Williams brothers are seen in the company of two elderly relatives.

Despite both footballers being born in Spain, they are still eligible to play for the Black Stars at the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

The Williams brothers were born to Ghanaian parents who emigrated to the European nation over two decades ago.

According to a report by 3news, Inaki and Nico will hold a meeting with the management of the Black Stars to discuss a possible nationality switch.

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has been trying to get the pair to ditch Spain for Ghana and it appears a breakthrough is nigh.

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Reports suggest Inaki is already on the verge of becoming a Ghana international, while processes have begun on Nico’s nationality switch as well.

Should everything go according to plan, the Williams brothers will represent the Black Stars at the Qatar 2022 World Cup later this year.

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