The Ghana Football Association is yet to accept an offer from the Nigeria Football Federation for a friendly international game between the Super Eagles and the Black Stars of Ghana, according to ghanasoccernet.com.
The NFF on Friday announced that the three time African Champions would face Bolivia in an international friendly match at the Akwa Ibom Stadium on March 26, and then face the Black Stars three days later at a yet-to-be confirmed venue in London.
“We are still studying the offer from the Nigerian Federation and yet to take a decision on that,” a Ghana FA source told ghanasoccernet.com
“We want to take advantage of the FIFA free date next month and get the Black Stars busy.”
The high-profile international friendly is expected to prepare both teams for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers which begin in June.
Nigeria failed to qualify for the just ended Nations Cup in Equatorial Guinea while Ghana were losing finalists on penalties to Ivory Coast.