Sead Hajrović, Arsenal defender, in a meeting with the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina, held in Ljubljana 6 February 2013, committed himself to play for the Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team.
He said that he already has BiH passport and that he only needs to change sports citizenship, which he’ll do very soon, reports Oslobođenje.
He added that he expects the call of Vlado Jagodić, manager of BiH junior football team, and if he proves himself than he hopes that Sušić will call him also
Hajrović officially signed professional terms on 7 July 2010 after signing for Arsenal as a scholar in the summer of 2009, arriving from Grasshopper Club Zürich
Hajrović was part of the Swiss side that won the Under-17 World Cup in 2009, before going on to captain the Under-18s.