Andre and Jordan Ayew have received letters from the Ghana FA urging them to rescind their decision to quit the Black Stars, GHANAsoccernet.com can confirm.
The Olympique Marseille duo slapped in their letters to prematurely hang their international boots on Tuesday.
While Andre says he is ‘emotionally and psychologically’ unfit to play for the Black Stars over recent problems with the team’s management, Jordan also wants assurance of a regular place in the side.
The decision by the two sons of Ghana legend Abedi Pele to quit the national team has sharply split opinions of fans of the four-time African champions.
While some believe their decision ought to be respected and be left alone, others insist their return is crucial to the success of the Black Stars in upcoming assignments.
The Ghana FA however after an Emergency Committee meeting on Wednesday, have decided to invite the two players to hear their concerns.
The Ghana duo have already taken deliveries of letters from the association asking them not to quit the Black Stars.
The Ghana FA have also assured the players their concerns will be heard and dealt with.
The new development is expected to further split public opinion as to whether it was the right move to take by the Ghana FA – knowing it could be seen in some quarters as preferential treatment being offered the Ayews.
An official announcement is expected to be made by the Ghana FA to explain the rationale behind their latest move in trying to get the two players available for selection to coach Akwasi Appiah.