- Bukayo Saka has stated clearly that he has not made any decision on his international career
- The Arsenal winger is eligible to play for Super Eagles of Nigeria or Three Lions of England
- He has been impressive this season for Arsenal in all competitions
Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka has stated emphatically that he has not made any decision on the country to play for between England and the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
Saka has represented England youth team, but the 18-year-old is still thinking about senior national team he should represent.
He has made a breakthrough since joining the Gunners scoring two goals and getting five assists in 15 appearances across all competitions.
In January this year, Bukayo Saka became the first footballer born in 2001 to play in the top flight when he appeared against Fulham.
Saka is now a regular player for Arsenal this season and he has therefore thanked former coach Unai Emery who gave him the opportunity.
''I have a lot of thanks to give him Emery because he gave me so much confidence, he gave me my debut and he kept pushing me. I am grateful to him always,'' he told BBC Sport.
On his decision whether to play for Nigeria or England, he said: ''I am always thinking about it but I haven't made a decision yet.''
He has Nigerian parents although he was born in England, Bukayo Saka can play for any of these two nations.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Tammy Abraham openly confessed that his dream has always been to represent his country of birth England at topflight level.
The Chelsea striker has in the past been lured to switch allegiance to Nigeria, but the 21-year-old opted to join Gareth Southgate's squad when he was called up
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