Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko goalkeeper Razak Abalora is believed to be on his way back to the Black Stars set-up after long absence according to reports.
Abalora who is now with Sheriff Tiraspol in Moldova is expected to be part of the next Black Stars call-ups for the four nation tournament in June this year after seeing some minutes for the yellow-black club.
The former WAFA shot-stopper lost his place in the Black stars set-up after his horrible performances in the African Cup of Nations qualifiers under coach C.K Akonnor.
England based Jojo Wallocot stepped in the gap and has won the heart of many Ghanaians with some spectacular performances in the world cup qualifiers.
With Razak Abalora being linked to return, this brings a lot of competition to the goalkeeping department which already have Jojo Wallocot of Swindon Town (England), Richard Ofori of Kaizer Chiefs (South Africa), Lawrence Atti Zigi of St.Gallen (Switzerland), Nurudeen Manaf of Eupen (Belgium) and Richard Attah of Accra Hearts of Oak(Ghana).
Razak won the Moldovan league in the week alongside two other Ghanaians(Edmond Addo & Patrick Kpodo) following a 3:0 victory over Dynamo-Auto with two more games at hand.
Abalora joined the Moldovan giants on a three year deal from Asante Kotoko in the last transfer window and, he has been impressive for the side since.
The Black Stars will be involved in a four nations tournament in June as part of preparations ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar later this year.