Mohammed Kudus, Ibrahim Sadiq and Gideon Mensah are expected to arrive at Danish side FC Nordsjaelland on Monday.
The trio were part of the Ghana U-20 side that disappointed at the just ended Africa Youth Championship in Niger.
They were expected to arrive last week following Ghana's failure to advance beyond the group stage but could not make it due to reports of players and team officials being left stranded in Niger.
Kudus and Sadiq will join up with the first team while Mensah will train with the U-19 squad.
Kudus has so far been a revelation in the Danish Super Liga, playing 15 games in the first round with one assist to his credit. The 18-year-old made two appearances in the preliminary round of the UEFA Europa League.
Sadiq has had somewhat an inconsistent selection in the first team as he spent majority of the first round with the U19 side. He however played 4 games for the first team as well as a single appearance in the Europa League.
Mensah meanwhile joined the Wild Tigers during the winter transfer window but was excused from their mid-season training camp in La Manga after he was named in the Ghana squad for the Africa U-20 tournament in Niger.
By: Reuben Obodai @ReubenObodai on twitter