The "Arsenal" star, which is a loan on the Bundesliga side of Hoffenheim, was born in England, but has the right to play Warriors
Zimbabwe has not yet abandoned the attempt to persuade Reiss Nelson to change the international alliance from England.
Nelson has been part of the creation of all England youth teams, and the talk about their penetration into the Three Lions has grown in the last weeks after having won the top form of Hoffenheim, where he has a seasoned loan from Arsenal.
The 18-year-old has already shown interest in playing England's oldest team. But Zimbabwe still wants Nelson, as well as 19-year-old English youth international youth trustee Nidham from Stockholm's prime minister, St Johnston, who has borrowed from Ipswich.
"Obviously, there are a lot of things we need to do to convince Rees Nelson and Nida. We really need them and we will do our best to get them," said Zimbabwean team manager Wellington Mupandare. The aim.
With Nelson recently pointing out his desire to play three Lyons, as well as England's leader Gareth Southgate, who was admiring the player, Zimbabwe might have a lot of persuasion.
"I want to be Arsenal's legend and England is the best. You can not win the game for your country, which I do not think," recently Nelson told BBC Sport.
Zimbabwe has won the 2019 African Cup of Nations Cup (AFCON) Final, and several England-born stars want to shoot Warriors.
Reading midfielder Andy Rinomhota, however, is focused, but the prospect of playing Afcon can cast him. Bradford City's Adam Chicksen and Leyton Orient ahead of Macauley Bonne want to stand out in Zimbabwe.
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They have seen both in the past in some international friendships, but the complications of obtaining local passports due to the strict laws of dual citizenship in Zimbabwe prevented them from playing competitive races.
"We are still talking to Andy Rinhamot. As for Bonn, Lung, and Cixen, they have always been on the radar," said Mupandare.
However, this year, little progress was made when Nottingham Forest Defender Tendayi Darikwa won his Zimbabwe Passport and played against Afghan opponents against the Congolese president last month.