Former Brighton manager Chris Hughton is set to hold discussions with Southampton star Mohammed Salisu to rescind his decision and play for the Black Stars.
The former Real Valladolid defender has turned down numerous invites to represent his country, citing personal reasons and also not ready to play international football.
Chris Hughton, who has arrived in Ghana to takeover the Black Stars job according to multiple reports, wants to convince some players eligible to play for the Black Stars as part of his project.
The Irish-born manager met with the father of Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi here in Accra on Sunday to discuss the possibility of Hudson-Odoi playing for Ghana when appointed head coach.
GHANAsoccernet.com has gathered that there are also plans to meet with the family of Tariq Lamptey on a possibility switch.
Hughton with his experience in the Premier League and profile is expected to convince these players to play for Ghana ahead of the 2022 World Cup play-offs against Nigeria in March.
The Ghana FA will officially announce his appointment in the coming days as the Black Stars begin preparations ahead of the double header in March.