Arsenal striker, Folarin Balogun, is weighing up committing his international future to the USA.
According to Football.London, the 20-year-old has most-recently appeared for England-under-21’s, but he has also represented the USA at under-18’s level.
He is set to follow in the footsteps of former Arsenal star Yunus Musah – who also switched allegiance to the USA.
Balogun is also eligible to represent Nigeria.
He was born in New York City before moving to England when he was two-years-old.
At the age of eight he was scouted and signed for Arsenal’s academy after previously trialling for the club’s North London rivals – Tottenham.
He signed his first professional contract at the beginning of 2019 and made his Premier League debut in Arsenal’s 2-0 defeat to Brentford on the opening day of the season.
Alexandre Lacazette, Gabriel Martinelli and Eddie Nketiah have been the Gunners’ first-choice attacking options this year, leaving little room for Balogun – who was loaned out to Middlesbrough in January.