West Ham’s Michail Antonio set to modify allegiance from England to Jamaica, teaming up with Ravel Morrison for 2022 World Cup bid

Michail Antonio is ready to modify allegiance from England to try to encourage Jamaica’s qualification marketing campaign for the 2022 World Cup.

The West Ham striker, 30, has been named in England squads below Sam Allardyce and Gareth Southgate, however by no means made his debut for the Three Lions.

Antonio has emerged as one of many Premier League’s greatest strikers

And with a number of youthful gamers forward of him within the pecking order, the Telegraph experiences that Antonio will change allegiance to Jamaica.

The ‘Reggae Boyz’ tried to safe his providers in 2016, however Antonio rejected their advances in favour of England.

It’s understood the Jamaican Soccer Federation need the ahead out there for the World Cup qualifiers in opposition to Costa Rica and Mexico in September.

Morrison made his debut for Jamaica final November

Antonio is ready to workforce up with former Manchester United man Ravel Morrison, who not too long ago switched allegiance from England and made his Jamaica debut aged 27.

Morrison performed for England Below-16s, 17s, 18s and 21s however by no means did sufficient to obtain a call-up to the senior squad.

Fulham’s Bobby Decordova Reid additionally represents Jamaica as head coach Theodore Whitmore appears so as to add to their sole World Cup look in 1998.

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