The president of Ghana's games governing body says the doors of the FA is opened to receive the 'prodigal son' anytime he makes up his mind to return
Ghana FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi says his outfit still has a place for retired Ghana international Kevin-Price Boateng anytime he decides to rescind his decision.
Boateng, who secured a nationality switch in time to feature for Ghana during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, profited massively by earning a transfer right after the global showpiece.
The AC Milan midfielder quit the Black Stars in November 2011 claiming the exertions of both club and national team football was detrimental to his health.
His decision angered a lot of Ghanaians who were of the opinion that the former Portsmouth star used the Black Stars to resurrect his club career.
Speaking to MTNFootball, the GFA president revealed that the midfielder will be welcomed to the Black Stars’ fold anytime he makes up his mind to play.
“We have not received any correspondence whether in writing or oral from any player,” Nyantakyi said. “The FA has not barred anybody so if any Ghanaian player meets the criteria, we will welcome them.”
The German-born Ghanaian has rejected several moves by the Ghana FA and even current Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah to have a change of mind.