Rangers Midfielder Mohamed Diomande Faces Dilemma Over National Team Decision, Says Manager

Rangers’ midfield sensation Mohamed Diomande finds himself at a crossroads, grappling with a crucial decision regarding his international career, as disclosed by Gers manager Philippe Clement.

The Ivorian prodigy, whose talent has shone since his days at the Right to Dream Academy in Ghana, has attracted attention from clubs far and wide, culminating in his move to Rangers in a £4.5m loan-to-buy deal from FC Nordsjælland in January.

However, Diomande’s ties to his homeland present him with a significant dilemma as he navigates this pivotal juncture in his career.

In a recent revelation, Philippe Clement disclosed engaging in personal discussions with Mohamed Diomande regarding the matter, emphasizing the weight of the decision now resting squarely on the midfielder’s shoulders.

“While we have an open-door policy for all our players, ultimately, it’s Mohamed who must decide,” Clement affirmed. “His talent has garnered interest from two nations, underscoring his quality. He remains a young player with a promising future.”

Clement articulated his hope that Diomande prioritizes Rangers in his deliberations, underscoring the significance of the decision in shaping his professional trajectory.

“The decision regarding national team allegiance is decisive and enduring,” Clement continued. “It’s not a choice to be made lightly, especially considering familial ties. However, he now has the opportunity for further contemplation. My hope is that he places Rangers at the forefront of his considerations.”