Two members of Ghana's under-17 team, Ibrahim Sulley and Aminu Mohammed, are currently training with European giants Bayern Munich and Manchester City respectively for a possible move.
The duo have been forced to leave camp as the Black Starlets prepare for the upcoming Fifa Under-17 World Cup in October.
They are, however, not out of contention to represent Ghana at India 2017, coach Samuel Paa Kwasi Fabin tells Oman FM .
“Aminu Mohammed will join us in Europe.
"He is one of the two players who will join us when we arrive in Europe.
"He’s currently having a trial at Manchester City.
''Sulley Ibrahim will also join us in Europe when we arrive there.
"He has gone to Germany for trials with Bayern Munich.
''We will go to Denmark and train there before we head to Spain to wrap things up there.''
Sulley was one of Ghana's standout performers at the Africa Under-17 Cup of Nations held in Gabon in May, scoring a double in the 4-0 win over Cameroon in the group opener.
The 16-year-old winger currently plays for local lower tier New Life FC.
Aminu, on the other hand, failed to make the cut for the African Championship due to club commitment but his fine form for Premier League side Wafa has made him a strong candidate for the global showpiece.
Ghana will play in Group A, which features hosts India, the USA and Colombia.