Two expatriates coaches have applied for the vacant Ghana job, media reports have claimed.
Sportsworldghana have claimed Frenchman Frank Dumas and Scottish Simon Menemy have slapped in their CV to be considered for the top job.
The Black Stars are without a coach following the departure of Avram Grant.
Grant, a former Chelsea manager failed to renew his contract after leading the Black Stars to a fourth-placed finish at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon.
The search for the successor for the Israeli has not kicked into full gear but already the two men have reportedly applied for the hot job.
Dumas, 49, has no experience with a national team but has managed several clubs including Caen, Arles-Avignon and Moroccan side MAS Fez.
Menemmy is the current manager of United Football League club Loyola Meralco Sparks in the Philippines.
The Ghana FA has insisted it's not in a hurry to appoint a new man to take charge of the national team.