Manchester United right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka is reportedly considering snubbing the England international team and instead declaring for Democratic Republic of Congo report The Sun.
According to The Athletic, Wan-Bissaka is reportedly re-thinking his England future after he has been continually overlooked and not been given his first cap yet.
Unfortunately for the 23-year-old Gareth Southgate has a wealth of talent in the right-back position and due to his lack of opportunities Wan-Bissaka is considering playing his international football elsewhere.
The United right-back played for both England and Congo at youth level, but is yet to play senior international football which means its not too late for him to declare for the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Should Wan-Bissaka decide to go ahead with representing Congo, he’ll be the second potential England international in less than a week to declare for another country.
Bayern Munich starlet Jamal Musiala decided to represent Germany at international level instead of England last week.
Speaking to The Athletic about his international decision Musiala said: “England is home for me. It is difficult to find words for what England means for me because I have so many memories connected to very positive emotions.
“I have a heart for Germany and a heart for England. Both hearts will keep on beating.”
“I’ve thought about this question a lot, what is best for my future? Where do I have more chances to play?
“In the end, I just listened to the feeling that over a long period of time kept telling me that it was the right decision to play for Germany, the land I was born in. Still, it wasn’t an easy decision for me.”