Indomitable Lions of Cameroon head coach Hugo Broos has been summoned to meet the country’s sports ministry and football federation (FECAFOOT) today (Tuesday) following reports that he is planning to take over as Ghana's Black Stars coach.
According to ghanasoccernet, this comes just two days after the Belgian was interviewed by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) with the view of taking over as Ghana's coach.
Broos was originally invited by the ministry to reveal the details of the Indomitable Lions’ shambolic preparation for last month’s international break friendly in Belgium which they lost 2-1 to Guinea.
But Broos attending a job interview at the GFA, Cameroon sports ministry and football federation officials have decided to make the Ghana approach central to the meeting.
Reports has it that Broos threatened to quit as Indomitable Lions coach because of months of unpaid salaries and also bad organisation from Cameroon football federation.
Broos was also earlier reported to have been approached by the South African Football Association (SAFA) after the sacking of Shakes Mashaba.
Broos led Indomitable Lions to the 2017 Africa Cup of Nation title success in Gabon, beating Egypt 2-1 in the final.