Konsa, the defender who can play with four teams

The Aston Villa footballer has the doors of England, Portugal, Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo open. He has played in the English lower teams.


Ezri Konsa closely follows the calls from England, Portugal, Angola and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Aston Villa defender lives a curious situation since he can be summoned to play with any of the four teams.

Konsa was born in London on October 23, 1997 so he can be called up by the English senior team. However, the defender has been left out of the list that Gareth Southgate gave this Thursday. The footballer has played seven games with the English Under-21 team and five with the Under-20. The second of the great teams that I could mention is Portugal. The footballer's mother was born in Angola when the African country was Portuguese territory. According to The Athletic, the Portuguese Football Federation studied this option last February in which in the end they did not advance.

Konsa's options expand with a view to Africa. The defender has the option of representing Angola, for his mother, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, for his father.

The 23-year-old footballer has been playing in the Premier League for two seasons with the villains. The 19/20 season he played 2,042 minutes spread over 25 games, the same number of games that he has at this stage of the season, but with more minutes, 2,205. Of 28 English league games, only two (Burnley and West Brom) have been lost by one blow. While in the 25 games in which he has played, he has started 24 of them. In addition, he has two goals in the English competition.

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