18-year-old Arsenal player, Bukayo Saka has said that it will be a tough decision for him when it is time to choose between playing for England’s national team or the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
Bukayo Saka who recently signed a new four-year contract extension with Arsenal, have scored four goals and assisted 11 goals.
Though Saka has represented England at the youth level, he is yet to get a senior call up from the Three Lions.
Recent reports in England say the Nigeria Football Federation has intensified efforts to attract the Arsenal player to feature for them after recently losing Chelsea duo, Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori, to the Three Lions.
“It’s a tough choice,” Saka told Skysports.
“I’m happy to have represented England at youth level but I’m also proud of my Nigerian heritage from my parents.
“We haven’t been picked by any team so it’s about staying humble and when the time comes we’ll make the decision.”
England manager, Gareth Southgate, was at the Wembley stadium to watch Saka and Manchester United’s Mason Greenwood, during their semi-final FA Cup clashes against Manchester City and Chelsea respectively and Saka believes England’s future looks bright.