The brothers arrived on Monday night and are spending time with family and friends after being targeted for selection to the Ghana Football Association’s Black Stars.
They have lived in Spain their entire lives, having been born to Ghanaian immigrant parents.
It’s their first trip to Ghana.
On his Instagram story, Inaki, the eldest of the two, posted a snapshot of himself in Ghana.
During their visit to Ghana, the duo is expected to meet with the Black Stars’ management.
Nico has not represented Spain at the senior level, however, he has represented the U18 and U21 teams.
Inaki expressed reservations about switching nationalities for Ghana in an interview last year, stating, “My parents are from Accra, and I truly enjoy going.”
But I wasn’t born or bred there, my culture is here, and there are players who are more important.”
“I don’t think it would be acceptable to take the place of someone who truly deserves to travel and feels completely at home in Ghana,” he continued.
However, much has happened since the interview, including the Black Stars’ qualification for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, a massive stage that many players aspire to.
Ghana has been assigned to Group H for the World Cup, which will take place later this year, together with Portugal, Uruguay, and South Korea.