Celtic full-back, Jeremie Frimpong has reiterated his desire to play for the Dutch national team, though he wouldn’t rule out playing for the Ghanaian national team.
The 18-year-old who joined the Scottish side from Manchester City in September has begun life in the Scottish Premier League on a high having assisted and scored a goal in his first two appearances.
In an interview with Celtic TV, the former Manchester City U23 said “There is interest in me from Ghana but right now I want to play for Holland although I won’t write off Ghana,”
“I fully believe I can play in that company. It would be exciting to be a part of that. They play a lot of young players as well who are really good. The Dutch are building.
“Back in the day they were great and they are keeping it up. I’d love to be a part of it. I’d like to follow Virgil van Dijk. There’s a pathway. You get chances here”.
Frimpong who has already featured for the Netherlands at the U19 level could also represent England after living there since age nine.
“I could play for England as well. If that came about it would be between those three but I don’t have Scottish connections”, he added.
Jeremie Frimpong, born to Ghanaian parents in Holland has been in the center of attention following his impressive start in The Hoops jersey.