Former Ghanaian footballer, Kwame Ampadu's son, Ethan, has reportedly "swtiched" his nationality in order to pay Welsh Senior national football side in the ongoing World Cup qualifiers.
Dubbed the next David Luiz because of his full head of dread-locked hair, 16-year-old Ethan Ampadu plays of for Chelsea football club's development side and joined the club's senior side in July of this year.
Ethan Ampadu, a defensive midfielder, has previously played for both the under 16, and under 19 Welsh national side.
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Although the half Ghanaian, half Welsh teenager was named by Wales National team coach, Chris Coleman, for the country's World Cup qualifier against Serbia, Ethan ended up not playing in the game.
Ethan Ampadu has already made 13 appearances between 2016 and 2017 for Exeter, and the club hopes to receive some sort of fee for Ethan Ampadu.
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Ethan Ampadu's mother is a Welsh national, while his father is Ghanaian. He will still be capable of playing for Ghana's senior national team, the Black Stars, up until he reaches the age of 21 and continues to play for Welsh national sides.
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