Inter Allies head coach Tony Lokko says Ghana do not have the necessary facilities to test players and technical teams regularly ahead of league resumption.
There has been no football in country since the suspension of sporting activities in March amid the Covid-19.
The Ghana Football Association is yet to outline its plans on how football can return safely, however the FA would prefer to restart in October.
The European leagues have employed wide-ranging health protocols to ensure a safe restart of football - the Premier League alone investing £4m to acquire coronavirus testing kit, with each club testing 40 players and staff twice a week - Ghana does not have the money or capacity for such measures.
“We do not have the necessary facilities to observe the medical precautions that have been laid for regular testing of players and technical teams”, coach Lokko told BBC.
The 2019/20 Football season was cancelled by the GFA following a marathon of meeting as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.