Chelsea defender, Fikayo Tomori, has revealed the condition that will make him play for Nigeria’s national side, Super Eagles.
The Canadian-born defender said he would only play for the Eagles if he is invited.
Tomori is eligible play for Nigeria, where his parents are from, Canada, where he was born and England where he currently lives.
However, he insists that he was yet to make a decision on which country to play for.
His choice might be determined by the country that gives him a call-up first.
“I’m a citizen of all three (countries) so we’ll see. I was born in Canada and lived there about seven or eight months old. My family is Nigerian, obviously I live in England.
“It’s nice to have that. I can’t play Under-21 football anymore so the last international break I didn’t get called up to anyone. Next one maybe we’ll see,” Dailymail quoted the defender as saying.