Black Stars coach Ratomir Dujkovic is expected to leave Ghana early next week with the rest of his technical team for Germany where the team play Stuttgart in a friendly game. The match will be played in Wufsburg on Wednesday April 26.
The Ghana football association will release the list of invited players for the match by the weekend.
The FA is currently in talks with several foreign based players and their club managers to ensure that the majority of players invited for the match show up. The high profile members of the Ghana squad are unlikely to make the Stuttgart game since the match falls on a non-FIFA approved day for international matches.
However, those vying for places in the team will be keen to take advantage of the opportunity to impress the Serbian trainer before he names his final 23-man party for the World Cup. Meanwhile contributions keep pouring into the Black Stars war chest as the World cup draws near.
BIVAC International Ghana Limited has presented a cheque of 200m cedis to the senior national team as part of their contribution towards the team's preparation for the World Cup.
The Ghana Football Association has in recent weeks received several such donations from corporate bodies as the Black Stars enter the homestretch ahead of the start of the tournament.