The talented striker sparked his nationality switch talk when he liked a tweet on the Black Stars official Twitter account after a post was made about the draw for the Mundial.
Williams was born in Spain to Ghanaian parents who were granted asylum in the European country about 27 years ago.
In 2016, he opted for Spain over Ghana, but has played only one match – a friendly match against Bosnia Herzegovina – meaning Ghana still stand a chance of landing the hardworking forward.
Ghana who are making its fourth appearance at the global showpiece, has been drawn in Group H alongside Portugal Uruguay and South Korea in the 2022 FIFA World Cup which will be held in Qatar in November.
🖤 Mis pensamientos y oraciones están hoy con las familias de las víctimas y heridos en la explosión en Ghana. 🇬🇭🙏🏿
— IÑAKI WILLIAMS (@Williaaams45) January 21, 2022
— GTV SPORTS+ (@mygtvsports) April 2, 2022
His younger brother, Nico Williams who is a winger has also registered three goals with an assist in his 34 game outings for Athletic Bilbao since his promotion to the senior side in 2021.
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