Ghana Football Association President Kurt Okraku has disclosed the amount players of the Black Stars took home for the two friendlies this month.
Ghana played two international friendlies this month against Mali and Qatar in Turkey where the Black Stars picked up a win out of the two games.
Ghana lost the opening games by a 3-0 scoreline to Mali but recovered in three days' time to whip Qatar 5-1.
Speaking in a radio interview, Kurt Okraku said the senior national team players were paid $2000 dollars for the friendly exercises.
He, however, indicated that they said amount was due to the due to the Covid circumstances.
Meanwhile, Black Stars coach CK Akonnor has shared that he now has a fair idea of his team.
Speaking on the importance of the friendly, Akonnor maintained that he now has a clearer perspective of the team he wants to build.
Akonnor will be leading the Black Stars in AFCON 2022 qualifier in November against Sudan. Ghana won their first two games against South Africa and Sao Tome in November 2019.