Derek Boateng was conspicuously missing from the Black Stars team that visited the President, Zoom Lion and the Teshie Orphanage on Thursday.
His absence confirms reports he is holding talks with Fulham after undergoing a routine medical on Wednesday.
The 29-year-old is looking to resurrect his club career in the English Premier League after being frozen out in Ukraine with FC Dnipro.
Boateng has been linked with a move to the Premiership for the past two seasons and came close to joining Fulham at the beginning of the season but a last minute hitch collapsed the deal.
It now looks likely the ex Getafe player will get his dream move to England but on a short term deal according to reports.
Boateng’s busy schedule in London ruled him out of the Black Stars’ activities ahead of their trip to Abu Dhabi for their pre-2013 Nations Cup camp.
The team visited Ghana President John Mahama to bid him farewell, signed onto a sanitation campaign for a clean Ghana and made a donation at the Teshie Orphanage in Accra.
Eighteen players were involved in these activities with the rest back at their clubs for impending assignments.
They are expected to join the Ghana camp in Abu Dhabi by Sunday.