The country's governing body reacts to reports of collusion with fixers over friendly matches by distancing itself from two men caught by undercover journalists
An undercover operation by The Daily Telegraph found that Fifa-registered agent Christopher Forsythe and Obed Nketiah, who claimed to be acting on behalf of the GFA, promised that friendly games involving Ghana could be sold for around $170,000 (£100,000).
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But the GFA has responded with a statement in which it distances itself from the pair and denies any knowledge of wrongdoing.
"[Forsythe and Nketiah] last month approached the President of the GFA, Mr Kwesi Nyantakyi, with a proposal to buy the rights to friendly matches for the Black Stars on behalf of a company they claim to be representing in England," said the statement.
"They approached the GFA President to have a conversation with their boss on Skype and subsequently traveled to Miami - where the Black Stars were camping, without a prior appointment - to meet Mr Nyantakyi to discuss their proposal.
"They were subsequently asked to submit their proposal for consideration which they did and was duly submitted to the Legal Committee of the GFA for perusal and advice.
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"As such we have reported Messrs Christopher Antoh Forsythe and Obed Nketiah to the Ghana Police to investigate them whether they made such claims to the media and whether they were seeking to influence the results of Black Stars matches."
As well as alerting the police, the GFA has also reported the matter to both Fifa and the African confederation body, Caf.