Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah has returned from Europe to name his squad for next month’s Brazil 2014 World Cup play-off first leg.
The trainer is reported to have monitored the progress of veteran goalkeeper Richard Kingson in the Cypriot top-flight.
Appiah is reported to have watched the former Blackpool gloves man during last Sunday’s 4-2 home defeat to Ermis at the Makareio Stadio.
Kingson has played in all three league matches for his club side Doxa.
Appiah is expected to name AC Milan ace Sulley Muntari in his squad after leaving him out of the last qualifier against Zambia.
He must also decide whether to call-up defender Isaac Vorsah who began gym work last month after a knee surgery sidelines him for four months.
The ex-Ghana captain also needs a replacement for Mohammed Rabiu who picked up an injury last week playing for his Russian side FC Kuban in the Europa League.
Harrison Afful is suspended for the first leg tie and Appiah will need a replacement for the Tunisia-based player.
Ghana will host Egypt at the Baba Yara Stadium on Tuesday 13 October. Kingson was between the sticks for Ghana at the FIFA World Cup finals in 2006 and 2010.