The renovation works at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium is almost done.
The 40,0000 seater stadium has been under renovation since 2020 February.
The renovation works forced Asante Kotoko and King Faisal to relocate to new home grounds prior to the start of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League.
The Porcupine Warriors opted for the Accra Sports Stadium as their home grounds but have moved to the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium for the second round of the season while King Faisal staged their home games at the Ohene Ameyaw Park in Techiman.
Concerns have been raised about when the stadium will be ready for use.
However, pictures have emerged of how the stadium will look like after the facelift.
Sports Minister, Mustapha Ussif, in an interview stated that all necessary works should be completed by July.
“Work is still ongoing at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium. The facility was closed down for renovation to happen and per the information I have, the contractor is still working and when last I checked from him when the place will be ready for use by King Faisal, Asante Kotoko in the Ghana Premier League, I was told that it will be ready soon enough.
“I cannot however confirm that will happen until I visit the place myself and see what is going on there to ensure that these clubs return to their natural home turfs. I cannot put my neck on the line for the contractors because they can disappoint you sometimes.
“But what I can ensure is that I have started engagement with the key stakeholders, that is the GFA, GHALCA, and NSA to have an understanding of what is actually going on.
“I will soon start a tour to see for myself what things look like so the July timeline set for completion will be achieved,” he added.
Kotoko and King Faisal are expected to return to their home grounds next season.