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Zimbabwe did not leave Arsenal and England before U21 before Reiss Nelson



Arsenal star, along with Bundesliga with Hoffenheim, was born in England, but it is essential for Warriors.

Zimbabwe still does not allow Reiss Nelson to persuade him to change international loyalty to England.

All Nelson England national youth teams have participated and the Three Lions fractures have begun to speak in recent weeks, after tapping the Hoffenheim top-level teams in the Arsenal season.

He is 18 years old and has a senior English team that has already expressed interest. But Zimbabwe is still as keen as Nelson and in Harare, 19-year-old young English international Tristan Nydam Premiership next to Scotland's St Johnston, Ipswich Town on-loan.

"Of course, Reiss Nelson and Nydam need to be convinced. We really need them and we'll get the best out of them," says teammate Zimbabwe Wellington Mupandarek goal.

Nelson recently expressed his desire for Hirson Lions and England manager to admire admirer Gareth Southgate, which Zimbabwe could convince.

"I want to be a legend of the Arsenal, and for England, it's best. I can not think of winning in your country," said Nelson BBC Sport recently.

Zimbabwe won the final of the Cup final of the 2019 National Cup (Afcon) and earned some England stars for the Warriors team.

Reading by Andy Rinomhota midfielder, however, still has to be approached, but Afcon allowed him to play. Adam Chicksen from Bradford City and the Macauley Bonne Forms from Leyton Orient will arrive in Zimbabwe.

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Some of the international friendly matches have been mentioned earlier, but the complication of local passport due to hard civil civilization in Zimbabwe has had difficulties in competitors' matches.

"We are still talking with Andy Rinemhota, as with Bonne, Lunga and Chicksen, they have always been on the radar," said Mupandar.

Some progress was made, this year, Nottingham Forest defender Tendayi Darikwa got his Zimbabwean passport and Afcon back to back in DR Congo's classification against the last month.


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