The German-born Ghanaian, who is serving an indefinite suspension, says he is not going to retire from international football now, despite a strained relationship with officials.
Schalke midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng has hinted that he will consider a Ghana comeback when the west African country give him a chance again.
The German-born Ghanaian fell-out with Black Stars officials at the 2014 World Cup and had to be expelled from the team’s camp ahead of their final group game against Portugal.
The ex-AC Milan midfielder said he will not hasten to take a decision on his international career yet. He is currently serving an indefinite suspension at national team level.
“No. It’s nice to wait and see what happens next: Ghana has handed out a suspension, that was a consequent action by the team officials. If they come back one day and ask me again to join them, I will deal with this matter,” Boateng told WAZ-Interview.
“I can’t say today, whether I will play again for Ghana or not… Yes, that’s me. I am not a person who sends messages between the lines. Either you trust me 100 per cent – or not. And that was not the case with Ghana.”