Samuel Asamoah, another Ghanaian-born player based in Romania has accepted an invitation to join the Togo national team.

According to information obtained by AfrikPage, the 27-year-old, who plays for the Romanian team FC U Craiova 1948, was summoned to Togo for the first time.

The former Saint-Trond player therefore accepted the invitation in order to be able to play for the Sparrowhawks.

This was possible since Asamoah was born to a Ghanaian father and a Togolese mother.

Perhaps, the midfielder will be present in Antalya in Turkey, as part of the Paulo Duarte selection camp which will take place from March 20 to 30.

Since the arrival of the Portuguese technician, Assamoah is the second player of Ghanaian origin that he has been able to invite to the team. In the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, central defender Kennedy Boateng also decided to represent Togo, the country of his mother.