Source: Rahman Osman
Premier Soccer League coaches will be salivating at the chance to run their eyes over some Ghanaian talents over the next three weeks at the African Nations Championship.
It is expected that each of the sixteen top-flight coaches will take in some action as South Africa host the tournament from Saturday till the end of the month.
The players in Ghanaâ€™s team would find a move to the South African PSL a step up and an attractive proposition.
Given there is little global interest in the three-week event, it can be safely said CHAN 2014 is not much more than a giant shopping mall for PSL clubs.
Ghana's squad does not have any regulars from the Black Stars World Cup squad but the league is rated highly and the 23-man squad represents well-drilled home talent.
Coaches will be keeping a particular eye on players such as Asante Kotoko striker Seidu Bansey (leading scorer of the Ghana Premier League), Samuel Afful (Hasaacas), Sulley Mohammed (King Faisal).
These are the three top strikers in the Ghana Premier League this season as PSL coaches are desperate for players who know how to find the back of the net.