Striker Baffour Gyan has been handed an invitation into the squad for Ghana's 4-Nations tournament which takes place from November 17-21st.
Baffour returns to the team after a two-year absence, his last game for Ghana coming in 2005. Also returning to the squad is defender Kofi Amponsah who plays in Greece.
Head coach Claude Le Roy has also invited two players from domestic clubs, Daniel Addo of Kessben FC and Addoquaye Addo of Heart of Lions.
Le Roy intends to deploy the Heart of Lions striker in a right full back role.
There is also a first time invitation for Mussa Nary of Etoile Du Sahel as well as Sadat Bukari. Both players won the CAF Champions league title at the weekend.
Out of the 26 players invited, eight will feature for the National Olympic football team which plays Nigeria on Friday, November 16.
Abedi Pele's son Dede Ayew, Stephen Appiah, John Paintsil, Michael Essien and John Mensah are part of the squad named for the tournament.
The rest include goalkeepers Richard Kingston and Sammy Adjei. Others are Sulley Muntari, Junior Agogo, Laryea Kingson, Mathew Amoah, Bernard Kumordji, Asamoah Gyan, Anthony Annan, Francis Dickoh, Michael Helegbe, Daniel Addo.