Ex-Ghana international Mohammed Gargo wants a quick resolution to the gridlock between the FA and the Ayew brothers.
Andre and Jordan Ayew have retired temporarily from international duty following disagreements with the Ghana FA.
The decision of the Marseille duo was hugely influenced by their inability to represent their country at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa.
Andre was dropped for the continental showpiece after a disagreement over his reporting time while his younger brother was not considered good enough to be in the team.
The latest twist to the seemingly bad-blood between the FA and the Ayew brothers has drawn divided opinions among Ghanaian soccer fans.
But the former Bayern Munich and Udinese midfielder is urging the two parties to resolve their differences quickly.
“I don’t think it’s something which should aggravate to this level. I believe the parties involved should sit down and have an open discussion,” Gargo told Radio XYZ
“They are important players for the national team and so in as much as we need them, they also need us.
“This matter should not drag on for long. We should be focus on the big games ahead in the world cup qualifiers and so this issue should be resolved quickly.
“They should meet and have a frank discussion so we can move on and put this issue behind us.
“What is important at this moment is to qualify to the world cup and that in my opinion is non-negotiable.”
King Faisal owner Alhaji Karim Grunzah, ex-international Samuel Osei and Tudu Mighty Jets owner Abu Sondonko are expected to hold meetings with the Ayew family to have the brothers rescind their decision.