Previous Cameroon star Samuel Eto’o is really glad to discover that Asamoah Gyan is looking at a re-visitation of Ghana’s national team, the Black Stars.
Gyan, who has not played for the Black Stars in three years, sooner this week communicated his craving to get back in the saddle and element in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The unbelievable striker hasn’t played in nearly 12 months, yet he’s hopeful about getting once again into shape and being viewed as by Black Stars coach Otto Addo.
Since the meeting, Ghanaians have voiced their perspectives, with larger part against Gyan’s return, yet Eto’o Eto’o, presently leader of the Cameroonian Football Federation, said on TV3 that he is glad that Ghana’s record-breaking top scorer needs to play in Qatar.
Nonetheless, Eto’o added that the choice to incorporate Gyan is in the possession of Otto Addo, who will name Ghana’s last World Cup crew.
“I’m glad that Asamoah Gyan really wants to return [to the Black Stars]. Asamoah Gyan’s position in the World Cup is the choice of the coach,” Eto’o said.
Gyan has six objectives at the World Cup, making him Africa’s driving scorer.
Ghana will confront Portugal, South Korea and Uruguay in the gathering phase of the World Cup, which starts on November 20.
Eto’o, a Qatar Legacy Ambassador, is in Ghana for a two-day working visit.