The 19-year-old has impressed for Eredivisie giants PSV Eindhoven.
Ghana’s hopes of capping Memphis Depay have been boosted after he was dropped from the Holland senior side.
Depay, born to a Ghanaian father and a Dutch mother, had been selected by Oranje boss Louis van Gaal for the World Cup qualifying double against Estonia and Andora after impressing for Eredivisie champions PSV Eindhoven last season.
The 19-year-old came of age at the Philips Stadion during the 2012/13 campaign, making 30 appearances, and has started the new term in blistering fashion with two goals in seven games, catching the gaze of van Gaal and closing the door on Ghana in the process.
Depay was one of six young talents, including Jeffrey Bruma, Adam Maher, Joshua Bennet, Jurgen Locadia and Karim Rekik, to be fast tracked into the squad of his birth country.
However, according to Ghana Soccernet, the winger has been excluded from the final 21-man party meaning Black Stars coach James Kwesi Appiah will offer him an international football olive branch.
Depay will have to apply for a nationality switch if he chooses to represent Ghana in the future having already turned out for Holland atUnder 17, 19 and 21 level in the formative days of his career.