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Ghanaian Footie Fans Excited About The Arrival Of Potential Black Stars Forwards Inaki & Nico Williams

Spain-born attackers of Ghanaian parentage, Iñaki Williams and his younger brother, Nico Williams, have arrived in the country ahead of their looming nationality switch.

Iñaki Williams and his younger brother will meet officials of the Ghana Football Association to hold talks about their international future.

The Williams brothers and a raft of foreign-born Ghanaian football stars have been on the radar of the GFA, who are seeking to beef up the Black Stars squad ahead of the World Cup.

Football fans in Ghana have been left drooling following the arrival of the Williams brothers, Iñaki and Nico.

The Athletic Bilbao pair touched down in Ghana on Tuesday, June 7, fuelling rumours of their potential nationality switch.

Multiple reports in the local media landscape have reported the itinerary of the Spain-born duo which includes holding a meeting with the Ghana Football Association to complete their switch from Spain to Ghana.

 Born to Ghanaian parents, Iñaki Williams and his younger sibling are eligible to play for Spain, however, it appears the duo have had a change of heart ahead of the World Cup.

And the prospect of having the talented duo on the Black Stars team has put football-loving fans in the country into a state of unbridled joy.

Since Ghana's qualification for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the football federation has aggressively pursued foreign-born Ghanaian internationals in order to beef up the team for the Mundial.

Brighton fullback Tariq Lamptey has reportedly finalized his switch from England to Ghana with that of Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi, Eddie Nketiah and the Williams brothers on the horizon.

 With such exciting news greeting the football ecosystem, soccer fans took to social media to register their joy in assembling a formidable team for the World Cup.

Below are some of the comments from excited social media users:

 Williams brothers, Iñaki and Nico set to arrive in Ghana

Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Iñaki Williams and his younger brother, Nico Williams, have left Spain for Ghana ahead of their imminent nationality switch.

 The Spain-born duo are reportedly heading to Ghana to begin the process of changing their nationality ahead of the World Cup later this year.

According to top Ghanaian Sports Journalist Michael Oti Adjei, the pair will have a meeting with the Ghana Football Association before finalizing their switch. 

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