Former Barcelona and A.C Milan forward Kevin-Prince Boateng has admitted he may reconsider another opportunity to represent Ghana on I international level.
Born in Germany to a German mother and Ghanaian father, Boateng was given one of the biggest opportunities to represent the West African country and played at two World Cups – 2010 in South Africa and 2014 in Brazil.
However, Boateng who is currently on the books of Besiktas, fell out with former Black Stars coach Kwasi Appiah ahead of a crucial final group game against Portugal during the 2014 World Cup as a result of delay in payment of appearance fees and he was sacked from camp together with Sulley Ali Muntari.
He has since being snubbed until it emerged recently that new coach Charles Kwablah Akonnor spoke with him on a possible return during his tour in Europe.
“With the national team, I dont like the way it ended,” Boateng posted in Instagram.
“[This is] because they gave me so much. But you never know, maybe I can go back and play one more time again ,” he added.
At age 33, Boateng boasts of 15 caps and two goals with Ghana.