Athletic Bilbao forward, Inaki Williams has been warned after nationality switch to play for the senior national team, the Black Stars.
The new Black Stars striker on Tuesday, announced on Twitter his decision to switch nationality in order to feature for Ghana.
His decision has been welcomed by many, however, former Black Stars midfielfer, Derek Boateng, has cautioned Inaki to embrace himself for everything that comes his way while admitting that he’s a very good player.
“Inaki Williams should not expect to have everything perfect at Black Stars camp. Here is not Spain or Europe but he’s a good addition to the team,” Boateng told Accra-based Onua FM.
“I played against Inaki Williams during my stint with Getafe in La Liga, I know him very well,” the former Fulham midfielder added.
Inaki Williams is now available for a call-up as Ghana prepare to take on Angola in the 2024 Africa Cup of Nations [AFCON] qualifiers scheduled for September.
He is also expected to make the final Black Stars squad list that will named for the upcoming FIFA World Cup in November.
Williams now has the LaLiga record for most consecutive appearances (233) after breaking the previous mark of 202 in October.
Ghana’s qualification to the FIFA World Cup was a major factor in influencing his decision to switch nationality and play for the Black Star.