Portland Timbers goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey is set to return to the Ghana squad for the international friendlies against Senegal and Mali later this month, according to reports.
The 27-year-old has been handed a place in a 21-man squad reportedly named by head coach Avram Grant for the matches which have been slated for France – Le Havre.
Kwarasey’s return could mean Fatau Dauda and Congolese-based Ernest Sowah would both loose their places as Grant will use only two keepers for the friendlies.
Spain-based Razak Brimah who was first-choice at the AFCON 2015 tournament is expected to hold down his place in the team.
The former Norwegian youth international has not played for Ghana since 2014 FIFA World Cup after ‘bad-mouthing’ goalkeepers trainer Nassam Yakubu.
He also reportedly turned down invitation to be with the Ghana squad for the AFCON 2015 tournament but has decided to return to the team after talks went well between him and officials.
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