Ghana Football Association (GFA) and the country’s government are at loggerheads over who should lead the national team, SportingLife reports.
The Black Stars will play Nigeria in a crucial 2022 World Cup playoffs in March.
However, a replacement has not been named for Milovan Rajevac, who was sacked after a poor outing at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.
The GFA favour Otto Addo, who assisted Rajevac at the tournament in Cameroon, while the government will prefer ex-Newcastle and Brighton manager Chris Houghton.
This week, GFA president Kurt Oriaku met with Addo, who is a coach at Borussia Dortmund over the job.
Houghton, on the other hand, has been in Ghana and has reportedly met with the country’s President as well as holidaying Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi, who reportedly opted to play for Ghana after representing England at various age-grade levels.