2014 World Cup: Kwarasey, Adomah, Schlupp arrive to join Ghana training camp
Ghana trio of Adam Kwarasey, Albert Adomah and Jeffery Schlupp arrived in the country on Tuesday night to boost the Black Stars early preparations for the World Cup.
The only player expected to arrive is defender Daniel Opare who has ended his stay in Belgium and must sort out few things before his departure.
The trio were not among the 14 players who turned up for the first day of training on Tuesday under coach Kwesi Appiah.
They will join the team the rest of the players in training on Wednesday as they continue to prepare for the global tournament.
Some players who were not available on the first day of training are also expected to turn up to swell the number of players attending the non residential training camp.
Michael Essien and Kevin Prince Boateng will not be part of the sessions at home rather they will join the squad in the Netherlands for the second phase of preparations.