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Fikayo Tomori claims he wasn’t invited by Nigeria, England, Canada during international break

– Fikayo Tomori has opened the lid about representing either England, Nigeria, or Canada – The 21-year-old is eligible to play for the Super Eagles despite represent England and Canada at U20 levels – Tomori has been outstanding for Chelsea this season and scored a sensational goal against Wolves Fikayo Tomori has been touted to play for three countries of his choice including England, Nigeria, and Canada. The Chelsea center-back was born in Canada to Nigerian parents before moving to England while he was still a baby. But the 21-year is now eligible to switch allegiance to any of the three countries of his choice despite playing for Canada and England U20’s. READ ALSO: NAIJ.com upgrades to Legit.ng Tomori has posted impressive performances for Frank Lampard’s side this season including a sensational goal scored against Wolves at the Molinuex. “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. Meet British professor David Jowitt who has stayed in Nigeria for 45 years “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. PAY ATTENTION: Install Pitch Football App for FREE to get the latest football News & Scores And Blues manager Lampard also revealed that he will not interfere in Tomori’s situation. “It’s his choice. I wouldn’t tell him where to play internationally. But he’s played for [England] Under-21s and if he continues with his form and keeps improving then of course I would expect there to be potential for England if Gareth chooses to select him. “He shouldn’t worry about it at the minute. He should just worry about how he’s playing every game or how he trains every day and That will be a nice problem for him, hopefully, if he’s eligible for three. He can chose which one he wants.”

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