Daniel Amartey and Mohammed Salisu have arrived in Ghana’s camp, making it a full house as the team continues to prepare for Friday’s game against Brazil.
The two were the last to arrive after the Ghana Football Association announced on Monday that four players had yet to report to camp.
Richard Ofori and Felix Afena-Gyan, who arrived earlier in the day, were among the four.
“Daniel Amartey and Salisu Mohammed have teamed up with the rest of the squad in Deauville- France for the international friendly against Brazil on Friday.
“The duo touched down in Paris around 16:00Hrs and were quickly taken to the team hotel in Deauville. Their arrival means coach Otto Addo is spoilt for choice in central defence as Ghana builds up to the two games against Brazil and Nicaragua. Daniel and Salisu are expected to train with their teammates on Wednesday in Deauville,” said GFA.
As it stands, 28 players are in camp and available for the match against five-time world champions in Le Havre on Friday.
After Brazil, Ghana will play another friendly in Spain against Nicaragua.
The Black Stars have qualified for the World Cup and see these friendlies as the perfect preparatory games to sharpen their methods and strengthen their chemistry ahead of tough group games against Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea.
— Ghana Soccernet