Players Who Chose Europe Over Africa XI

With general fixtures holding place subsequent month, here is a starting choice of players who snubbed Africa to play for European nations!

Tired of reading? Click by a gallery above to see a starting XI of stars who could have played for African countries!

France general Steve Mandanda was innate in DR Congo, though chose to paint Les Bleus, creation his entrance in 2008. The goalkeeper is not, however, a usually actor in a gallery who could have played for Congo – Jose Bosingwa and Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku both incited down a event to benefaction a African country.

Former Manchester United left behind Patrice Evra was innate in a Senegalese collateral of Dakar, though also chose to paint France – a preference he has been criticised for via his successful career.

Germany general Jerome Boateng had a possibility to play for Ghana, along with his step hermit Kevin-Prince Boateng, while Italian striker Mario Balotelli also snubbed a African nation.

Angelo Ogbonna chose to play for Italy notwithstanding his Nigerian heritage, while Nani incited down Cape Verde to paint Portugal, a call that paid off when they won a 2016 European Championship in France final year.

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N’Golo Kante and Tiemoue Bakayoko chose France over Mali and Ivory Coast respectively, while Hatem Ben Arfa, who has been reprimanded for ill-discipline on occasion, snubbed a possibility to paint Tunisia during a 2006 FIFA World Cup. 

Can we name any other European footballers who could have represented African nations? Let us know in a comments territory below. 

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