Deni, who was born in Belgium but who's father was born in Tuzla, has previously stated that he has a strong desire to play for Bosnia.
Both Deni and Dino Arslanagic, another young Belgian-Bosnian who plays for Standard Liege, were invited to be guests in Innsbruck last year, where their parents held meetings with the Bosnian FA about possibly playing for Bosnia.
Since then, not much has materialized, until today, when former Sloboda Tuzla player Cvijan Milosevic announced that Deni only wants to play for Bosnia, before adding that his fellow club teammate Dino also has a strong desire to play for his homeland.
Dino, who apparently felt slighted when he wasn't considered by Susic for the 2014 World Cup, was thought to be a lost cause to Belgium.
Both Deni and Dino have yet to start officially switching their FIFA nationalities, but if they were to start as soon as today, they could very easily be in the U-21 and senior Bosnian squads, respectively, when qualifications return.