Ghana's Olympic team will be busy next month after lining up two friendly matches against Japan.
The double-header will be played in Tokyo on June 4 and 8 respectively as the Asian country prepare for the upcoming Games.
Head coach Paa Kwesi Fabin named a provisional squad of 32 players which includes some members of the Black Satellites squad which won the African U20 Championship.
Fabin will also use the two matches to settle on a squad their upcoming 2023 African Games in 2023.
Goalkeepers: William Essu(Vision FC), Richmond Ayi (Hearts of Oak), Richard Baidoo ( Karela FC)
Centre Backs: Frank Assinki (HB Koge, Denmark), Yussif Mubarik (Asante Kotoko), Kobina Amoah (Golden Kick SC), Frank Amoabeng (Audace Cerignola, Italy), Abdul Mumin(Guimaraes, Portugal)
Left Backs: Samuel Ashie Quaye (Great Olympics), Ibrahim Moro (Asante Kotoko)
Right Backs: Uzair Alhassan (Tamale Utrecht), Benson Annang (Zilina, Slovakia)
Midfielders: Samuel Agyepong(WAFA), Yaw Yeboah (Krakow, Poland), Issah Hudu(Liberty Professionals), Augustine Boakye (WAFA), Patrick Mensah (Heart of Lions), Emmanuel Essiam (Berekum Chelsea), Jonah Attuquaye (Legon Cities)
Left Wingers: Osman Bukari (KAA Gent, Belgium), Maxwell Abbey Quaye(Great Olympics), Salifu Ibrahim (Hearts of Oak)
Right wingers: Anim Cudjoe (Legon Cities), Joselpho Barnes ( Schalke)
Forwards: Percious Boah (Dreams FC), Afriyie Banieh Daniel (Hearts of Oak), Adu-Boffour Kwame Poku (Colchester Utd), Frimpong Boateng (King Faisal), Samuel Boakye (Eleven Wonders), Diawusie Taylor (Karela FC), Kwame Peprah (King Faisal)