Asamoah Gyan has been incorporated into Ghana’s temporary squad for the Africa Cup of Nations finals in Egypt.
On Monday Gyan declared his retirement from the national group before turning around that choice daily later after an intercession by Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo.
Gyan, the Black Stars unsurpassed driving objective scorer, at first quit in succession over the captaincy of the group.
Mentor Kwasi Appiah has not reported who will skipper the side in Egypt.
Gyan has not included for the national side since September 2017 after persevering damage issues, and has additionally battled for game-time at Kayserispor.
He said his craving to enable Ghana to win Afcon “still consumes solid” and he stays “focused on serving this extraordinary country and the general population of Ghana”.
The 29-man temporary squad likewise incorporates three privately based player.
Manchester City adolescent Thomas Agyepong, who played on advance at Scottish side Hibernian last season, has likewise been called up.
Two astonishment exclusions are Harrison Afful, who plays for Major League Soccer side Colombus Crew and Richmond Boakye Yiadom of Red Star Belgrade in Serbia.
The Ghana Football Association likewise added a few names to its specialized group for the Nations Cup including Sellas Tetteh who instructed the nation’s under-20 group to win the 2009 World Cup, in Egypt.
Tetteh and previous under-17 Ghana mentor David Duncan will both go about as scouts for the Black Stars in Egypt.
Likewise incorporated a physical mentor is Simon Copley, who is as of now the head mentor of the under-14 side at English club Arsenal.
The group will withdraw Accra 1 June for pre-competition arrangements in Dubai.