Black Stars players will rejoin their clubs abroad after helping Ghana thrash Sudan 4-0 to 'liven up' the 2014 World Cup qualification campaign.
Striker Asamoah Gyan inched closer to equalling Abedi Pele's all-timeÂ top-scorerÂ record while Spartak Moscow's Abdul Majeed Waris, Wakaso Mubarak and Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu all got on the score-sheet for Ghana.
With the 2014 World Cup qualifiers still on in Europe, Ghanaian players will have the chance to arrive at their various clubs ahead of their European team-mates who will be in action in mid-week.
Defender Yaw Frimpong will join duo Solomon Asante and Richard Kissi Boateng who both played parts in the game to leave Accra on Monday night to rejoin TP Mazembe ahead of their CAF Champions League duel next weekend.
Versatile full-back Harrison Afful is also expected to fly to Tunisia on Monday.
Defender Isaac Vorsah who lost his father days before the game is likely to seek permission from Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg to stay some few days behind with family.
John Boye, Rabiu Mohammed and Jonathan Mensah are likely to be on the same flight back to France to link up with Stade Rennes and Evian TG respectively.
Stand-in captain Sulley Muntari's quest to cement his regular spot in Massimiliano Allegri's team will surely leave on Monday.
Same as Kwadwo Asamoah who will also rejoin Juventus.
Udinese's Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu is expected to be on the same flight with the Juventus man.
Mubarak Wakaso will be the only man heading to Spain to reunite with his Espanyol team-mates.
Abdul Majeed Waris will leave Ghana on Tuesday after seeking permission from Spartak Moscow.
Awal Mohammed, debutant David Accam and Abdul Baba Rahman are all likely to leave on Monday.
On-loan Arsenal strongman Emmanuel Frimpong and Albert Adomah might be on the same flight back to England.
Captain Asamoah Gyan who was the first to arrive in Ghana due to his mother's funeral last week will return to the UAE to rejoin Al Ain.