Ghana’s Black Stars held its first training session on Monday evening at stade du Commandant Hebert in France ahead of the upcoming friendly matches against Brazil and Nicaragua.
The national team of the West African country opened camp in Le Havre on Monday morning following the international break.
As confirmed by the Ghana Football Association (GFA), 24 players have reported to camp with four more expected to join the team in the last 24 hours.
At the training session were the likes Alexander Djiku, Osman Bukari, Inaki Williams, Daniel Afriyie Barnieh and Thomas Partey who recently returned from injury.
They taken through various drills by the technical team of the side led by coach Otto Addo.
The players who trained included:
Abdul Manaf Nurudeen, Joseph Wollacott, Tariq Lamptey, Stephen Ambrosius, Denis Odoi, Joseph Aidoo, Gideon Mensah, Inaki Williams, Baba Abdul Rahman, Alexander Djiku, Elisha Owusu, Alidu Seidu, Thomas Partey, Issahaku Fatawu, Mohammed Kudus, Suleymana Kamal Deen, Daniel Kofi Kyere, Jordan Ayew, Andre Ayew, Baba Idrissu, Daniel Afriyie Barnieh, Osman Bukari, Antoine Semenyo, Ransford Yeboah Koningsdorffer.
Training is expected to be intensified on Tuesday with a laid down plan for the first of the two friendly matches against Brazil.
Ghana will play Brazil at Stade de Oceane in Le Havre on Friday, September 23 before taking on Nicaragua on Tuesday, September 27 on Lorca – Spain.