Nordsjaelland midfielder Isaac Atanga has revealed that he is now ready to step up for his native country Ghana on any level that he is called up to.
Atanga has reportedly been a standout player for Nordsjaelland this season after scoring three goals from five games upon making his senior debut.
The 19-year-old former Right to Dream Academy graduate has also found himself being nominated for the Player of the Month Award for July - which proves that he is doing something right with his game.
“I am giving off my best and I am ever ready to play for the national team when called upon. Every player abroad will like to wear the national team jersey and give off his best”
“Should the call up come it will also depend on my club to decide on it”, he told Ghanasoccernet.
Atanga was brought to the Nordsjaelland U19team back in 2018 from Right to Dream Academy and won the Best Player Award at that level in his first season - he also boasts the most assists and being one of the top goalscorers.
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