Kotoko will be taking on Hearts of Oak over a two-legged friendly encounter, according to spokesperson of the Kumasi-based club Obed Acheampong.
Football has been halted in Ghana for the past six weeks after Anas video captured top FA officials and referees taking bribes to influence the outcome of certain games.
There have not been any competitive matches since June 6, 2018, and the clubs are using friendly games to stay active.
According to Acheampong, they have received a proposal from their sworn rivals for a two-legged friendly matches dated 5th and 12th August 2018 at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
“We are in talks with Hearts of Oak to play a friendly match. It will be a two-legged affair,” Acheampong revealed on Happy FM.
“We are looking at playing the matches in August if things go as planned.”
“The proposal was done by Hearts of Oak which Kotoko wholeheartedly accepted.”
“We will write to the appropriate authorities for the officials, stadiums and other stuff.”