West Ham’s Antonio to Join Reggae Boyz?

Jamaica’s World Cup campaign is set to be bolstered by the addition of West Ham striker Michail Antonio, who reports say, is to accept an invitation from the Jamaica Football Federation to represent the Reggae Boyz.
According to a report in the Telegraph newspaper in the United Kingdom, Jamaica wants to secure the powerful West Ham forward in time for the CONCACAF qualifiers in September against Mexico and Costa Rica.
However, JFF General Secretary Dalton Wint said the player has shown some interest but nothing has been confirmed.
Should there be a successful transfer of allegiance, Antonio would join the likes of Ravel Morrison, Gregory Leigh, and Daniel Johnson as UK-born players who have chosen to represent Jamaica in the past three months and who debuted during two international friendlies against Saudi Arabia in November 2020.