Liverpool striker Ngog admits Cameroon lure

Liverpool striker David Ngog admits he is conflicted over his international future.

Liverpool striker David Ngog admits he is conflicted over his international future.

Ngog, a £1.5m signing from Paris Saint Germain, is undoubtedly ahead of his anticipated development at Liverpool and his promise has led to a possible conflict at international level, with Cameroon offering the striker a chance to play alongside Samuel Eto'o at next summer's World Cup.

The France under-21 international admitted: "My father is from Cameroon. They have qualified for South Africa and have a very strong team. I like playing for France and have enjoyed every game with the under-21s. I have played for France from a very young level and feel a strong allegiance towards them.

"But like a lot of French players, I have parents from Africa and I cannot forget that one half of my family is from Cameroon."

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