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Profile of Ghanaian born English national team winger Cullum Hudson-Odoi

Cullum Hudson-Odoi is a professional footballer who plays as for Premier League club Chelsea and the England national team.

Born on November 7, 2000 to Ghanaian parents in London, Hudson-Odoi often operate as a Whichwinger.

The winger began his professional career with Chelsea’s youth side in 2007. He eventually graduated into the Blues first team ten years later.

On 28 January 2018, Hudson-Odoi made his first-team debut for Chelsea in the FA Cup match against Newcastle United.

Who is Cullum Hudson-Odoi father?

The name of Cullum Hudson-Odoi’s father is Bismark Odoi. Bismark is a former Ghanaian footballer who played for Accra Hearts of Oak.

Spending five years with the Accra based club, Bismark Odoi won two African CAF Champions League.

Cullum Hudson-Odoi considering switching allegiance from the England national team to Ghana

Which National team is Hudson-Odoi playing?

Cullum Hudson-Odoi international career has become a subject of great interest. Having rose through the ranks in England.

Hudson-Odoi has played for the English national team at all level, going ahead to make three senior appearances.

However, after he was overlooked for the 2020 European Championship, his international future has become unclear.

In view of that, he is considering a switching allegiance from England to Ghana.

How many trophies has Cullum Hudson-Odoi won?

Cullum Hudson-Odoi has won some notable trophies with Chelsea Football Club. Among them are:

Uefa Champions League – 1

Europa League – 1

Uefa Super Cup – 1

Fifa Club World Cup – 1

The Ghanaian FA is pushing hard to bring Cullum Hudson-Odoi into the Ghana national team ahead of the upcoming Fifa World Cup.

Chelsea's Cullum Hudson-Odoi