Ghana coach Kwasi Appiah is still on a hunt for options in his quest to form a formidable squad for the upcoming World Cup in Brazil this year.
In the past weeks, Appiah has been on an European tour, visiting some of the Black Stars players at their respective clubs in a bid to monitor their progress and fitness levels.
He has also been speaking to the managers of the players for first-hand information about their potentials and weaknesses to enable him to initiate contingency plans ahead of the tournament in June.
Ghana begins her campaign in Group G with tough opponents such as Germany, Portugal and the United States.
So far, Appiah has travelled to England to see Albert Adomah in action for Middlesbrough in the English second tier.
He has also visited Michael Essien at home to check on his progress in the Chelsea team against the background that the player has not enjoyed a successful stay at Stamford Bridge in recent times.
His long European tour is expected to take him to France to visit Andre Dede Ayew and John Boye who are recovering from injury.
Coach Appiah has refused to rule out any player from his squad since there are many talents to be considered in his bid to build a formidable squad for the tournament.
Already, there are speculations that players such as captain Asamoah Gyan, Michael Essien, Sulley Muntari, Andre Ayew, Kevin-Prince Boateng and John Boye, will be automatic choices.
Source: Graphic Online.