Arsenal’s midfielder currently on loan at Hull City, Salah-Eddine Oulad M’Hand, has turned down a call up to the Holland U-21 National team.
The 19-year-old player of Moroccan descent, rejects the call with aim of representing the Moroccan National team in the years ahead.
Having played for the Dutch U-15 National team, the lad now prefers to wait until he gets a chance to play with the Atlas Lions of Morocco, reason why he doesn’t want to get involved with another nation though he was born in the Netherlands.
He has always plyed his trade in the Netherlands since he began playing professionally, joining the Dutch youth Academy, Feyenoord in 2020 before moving to Arsenal.
Salah has been with the youth academy of English Premier league club, Arsenal since 2020 before joining the senior team this year and then loaned out to Hull City in August 2022 with an option for the latter to buy the player at the end of the season.
Probably, Morocco’s shocking performance and history making at the just ended FIFA World Cup in Qatar, may have contributed in triggering the lad to chose on defending his homeland.
He has recorded just one goal and one assist for the Arsenal U-21 team in the football league trophy competition since 2021. But, is yet to leave a mark at Hull City.
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