Manchester City are set to get first refusal on Ghana's best young players in a groundbreaking tie-up.
The partnership will put manager Roberto Mancini into pole position to capture the West African country's emerging young talent, says The Sun.
City will also provide Ghana with coaching and business know-how.
A three-man GFA delegation is due for talks at City's clash with Spurs this afternoon.
GFA president Kwesi Nyantakyi said: "We will be doing a collaboration with Manchester City, in furtherance of the objective to improve the game here.
"They have invited us to discuss issues of coaching, player development and the exploitation of commercial activities.
"We will meet their coach in charge of youth development, and their staff responsible for commercial activities."