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Ghanaian midfielder who is currently plying his career in the Greek league, Daniel Archilesi, has expressed his readiness to play for the national team.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Rainbow Radio’s Worlanyo Wallace, the footballer who has been likened to Barcelona’s Sergio Busquets, says he is all willingly to play for the national team.
He has also hinted of possibility to switch nationality should his talent be neglected and allowed to play for the national team.
He is willing to switch for the Greece National Team.
“I am really willingly to play for Ghana. Although I was bring in Italy, I feel I am 100% percent Ghanaian. I feel I am Ghanaian and the best for me is to give my 100% for the senior national team,” he said.
The player has a splendid record of 46 tackles and 19 recoveries in the on going season.
Arcilesi has developed into one of Irodotos’ most finest players and his 83 percent successful passing rate speaks volume about his ability to pick out a colleague with a precise pass.
Having risen through the ranks at Italian sides Trapani, Fermana and Marsala Calcio the robust yet smart midfielder has mastered the art of anticipating and intercepting passes and also becoming the point of transition for his side.
At 23, the Italian-born Ghanaian says his career was at its peak and when he is called he will surely accept the call and make his nations proud.