The famous Ghanaian player in the early 90s says he will not hesitate to take up a coaching job with the Accra giants
The 35-year-old said he will jump for the opportunity anytime he is called upon.
“I would like to bring my experience to help move the club forward, this was where I started and I deem it right to come back and take the club to greater heights,” he told Goal.com Ghana.
“Kumasi Asante Kotoko have done it with their former player Maxwell Konadu and it yielded dividends so I think with my huge experience as a player and coach in Germany, I can bring the glory days back,” the former Bayer Leverkusen player added.
Barnes spent four seasons with the Phobians before making a move to Germany in the early 90s where he played for the likes of Bayer Leverkusen and Mainz 05.
Currently, he is coaching the U17 side of Bayer Leverkusen after acquiring his Uefa License B coaching certificate.
He won gold with the Black Starlets in 1991.