The Hertha Berlin forward hasn’t played for Ghana since being banned from the national team in the aftermath of the 2014 World Cup fiasco.
‘I’m still waiting’ – Kevin-Prince Boateng declares ahead of Ghana vs Comoros clash
Kevin-Prince Boateng has hinted that he has plans of returning to the Black Stars following his latest social media post.
However, he has been keeping close tabs on the Black Stars and has been keenly following the team’s 2021 AFCON campaign.
Milovan Rajevac’s side is currently winless in Group C, having lost to Morocco and shared the spoils with Gabon.
This means Ghana will have to beat Comoros by a convincing scoreline to improve their chances of qualifying for the last 16.
Ahead of the game on Tuesday evening, Boateng took to Twitter to post a photo of himself in a Ghana jersey, accompanied by the caption: “Good morning, still waiting.”
This comes after Boateng admitted that he misses Ghana after watching the Black Stars struggle against Morocco in their opening AFCON game.
Reacting to the result on Twitter, Boateng suggested that head coach Rajevac should have called him for the tournament.
“Ghana should have just called me. Next game, three points. Let’s go Black Stars,” the Hertha Berlin forward tweeted after the game.
Boateng’s post attracted several comments, with some Ghanaians even pleading with him to return to the national team.
A Twitter user commented beneath the post that “we miss you”, to which Boateng responded that he equally misses Ghana.
“I miss you too,” the 34-year-old replied.
Despite playing for Germany at youth level, the former AC Milan star pledged his allegiance to Ghana in 2010 and went on to feature at two World Cups with the Black Stars.
Boateng made15 appearances for the Black Stars from 2010 to 2015, registering two goals in that time.