Super Eagles hopeful, Dele Alli has been called up by England manager Roy Hodgson for the country’s Euro 2016 against Estonia and Lithuania.
The Milton Keynes born midfielder is one of two players with Nigerian heritage called up by Hodgson, the other being Ross Barkley.
The Tottenham Hotspurs midfielder has been a star player for the lilywhites this season and has featured in four times already for the London club.
Bamidele Alli is said to be considering switching allegiance to Nigeria after a former footballer of Nigerian heritage John Fashanu spoke to him in February of 2015.
The player is yet to reveal if he would choose Nigeria over England those two other 19 year old’s like himself have made their choices. Jordon Ibe has chosen England over Nigeria while Alex Iwobi has chosen Nigeria.
Another Nigerian Chuba Akpom is yet to reveal his choice.
England face Estonia at Wembley a week on Friday October 9 before travelling to Lithuania the following Monday October 12