Black Stars Technical Advisor, Chris Hughton is keen on getting Ghanaian players abroad to play for the Black Stars in the near future.
Several players abroad have popped up recently in Europe including Brighton Hove Albion right back, Triq Lamptey, Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi, Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah and many others.
Bristol City striker Antoine Semenyo was handed a maiden Black Stars call-up by coach Otto Addo ahead of the upcoming 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Madagascar on Wendesday and is is expected to make his debut.
“It’s something that I’ll certainly get involved in the dialogue with,” Hughton told BBC Sport Africa.
“This is something the Ghanaian Football Association have been involved in for a while. So on the conversations that I might have, as regards a player that has Ghanaian parentage, the Association are fully aware and also Otto’s somebody who is very much on the pulse.
Ghana will welcome The Barea of Madagascar to the Cape Coast Stadium at 7pm on Wednesday in their opening game of the AFCON qualifiers travelling to face Cnetral African Republic (CAR) four days later.