Matty Cash of Aston Villa may turn down Gareth Southgate and England if he seeks a Polish passport. The 24-year-old was born in Slough, but his mother’s family side allows him to represent Poland. Cash has been on the Poles’ radar in the past, but he has been hesitant to commit to the country since he still wants to be picked by England. Cash’s position may have shifted due to England’s depth of talent on the right side of the defense. According to rumors, Cash has sought a Polish passport ahead of their World Cup qualifiers.
Cash’s father, Stuart Cash, a former professional who worked as a journeyman in lower English football, informed Polish site SportoweFakty that his son wanted to switch allegiances.
“We’re in the process of gathering the documents Matty needs to become a Polish citizen.”
“This procedure began a few months ago, and it should be completed shortly.” This is something we’re working on with the Polish branch in London.”
Reece James, Kyle Walker, Kieran Trippier, Trent Alexander-Arnold, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are all vying for a starting berth for England’s right-back position.
Getting into the Polish national squad, on the other hand, may not be easy for the Villa star. Poland failed to advance from their group at Euro 2020. Paulo Sousa’s team opened with a three-back system in all three games, allowing Cash to play farther up the field.
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