The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) will be meeting administrative heads of Premier League clubs on Wednesday to discuss proposals for enhanced conditions of services of players.
The PFAG have been at the forefront to have at least basic health and welfare policies for players instituted in the Ghanaian top flight.
Their meeting with heads of Premier League clubs is another step in their outlined road map to have a document detailing policies such as insurance adopted.
The player welfare body have already tabled this proposal to the Ghana FA’s Executive Committee for consideration.
They have also embarked on a campaign to tour the several Premier League clubs to educate players on their policies.