Korea has proposed that their intended friendly game against the Black Stars be played in Scotland.
The decision appears not to have gone down well with the officials of the Ghana Football Association, who wanted the friendly to be honored in London.
Reports reaching Citi FM indicate that Korea Coach Dick Advocaat has some links in Scotland and believes it will be appropriate if he plays Ghana in Edinburgh.
The game now looks set to be played in Scotland since it is the Koreans who are calling the shots.
It will be recalled that the Korea Football Association announced last week in a press release that their national team will have a friendly with Ghana, an African World Cup qualifier.
South Korean coach Dick Advocaat said in an interview that the South Korean team would play two friendlies with Norway and Ghana in late May during its last-ditch training program in Scotland. However, the KFA declined to comment further on the plan.