Four Ghanaian players have earned the opportunity to have trials at Indian top-flight side Minerva Punjab.
The quartet are players of lower division side Berekum Chelsea and are looking to secure respective transfers to play in the I-League.
The players include Daniel Frimpong, Asiedu Kwadwo, Ansu Kofi Patrick and Nicholas Boateng.
They are expected to train with the club for the next couple of weeks in hopes of impressing at the end of the trails.
If they manage to convince the technical handlers of Minerva Punjab, they will be offered contracts that will see them playing their football in India.
Meanwhile, Minerva Punjab is reportedly interested in the signing of Okyeman Planners forward William Opoku Asiedu.